I completely agree with you Bryan, most people are just irresponsible. Many Native English speaking expats just doesn't know how privileged they are. I'm a Native Speaker myself, but I think Non-natives are better teachers, and doesn't take everything for granted like most natives. Most native speakers act like they should be pampered. Worst part is they signed something and doesn't read it before, all they do is look at the number of their pay. You CAN negotiate if you find something unclear or not reasonable. These people make the Genuine teachers look bad, and good employer like Haida a bad name after they complain on review forums. JUST GET ON WITH YOUR LIVES YOU WANKERS.
Hahaha, you must think that most posters on this site are pretty easily fooled. You could be a native speaker, pretending to be a non-native one. Or you could be a non-native one pretending to be a native one pretending to be a non-native one. Which is it and why are you doing this?
It has always been the case that non-native speakers with degrees in English have not been able to compete with native speaking teachers without degrees. It will always be the same.
Were you The-Baker trying to upset people again?