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How to find a job in China?

时间:2016/5/11 8:46:18 作者:learnmorechina 来源: 查看:130 评论:0
China is located in Asia. The official language is Chinese.The People's Republic of China (PRC) for years has been the globe's fastest growing economy. Even with recessionary constraints impacting hiring in most western nations, China continues to expand and therefore has a continuous need for educated, professional talent. It's today'as version of the the California gold rush of the 1800s ... but just like the prospecting that took place back then, you can either succeed or you can fail (miserably) in your job search as a foreigner unless you learn to navigate this complex society's process for finding employment.If you would like to find a job in China, here are some ideas Learn More China share with you. 

Things You'll Need
Valid passport (with 15 or more months left before expiration)
Marketable professional skill or talent
Business cards (1,000 or more)
Crash course in Chinese etiquette and social protocols
find a jos in China
The best way to find a job in China is by using personal contacts who work for a company in China that might need someone with your skills. If you aren’t blessed with such guanxi (connection), then the easiest way to find a job is via Internet.To be able to work in China, it is best to have found a job from abroad. 

If you’re already in China, you can also check out the classifieds in the English speaking magazines. Such listings are targeted at foreigners, but most of them are only for part-time or contract work.

Below is a selection of resources for searching for employment opportunities as a foreigner.
General Job Search Engines and Classifieds
With the sites below, you can expect to get a 0.5 to 1.0% response rate (people who will respond back to you to whom you sent your application/CV.) 

China Job: The name of the website says it all.

Jobs DB: A job search portal that is not just popular in China, but other Asian countries as well.

51 Job: A Chinese job search engine portal. 
Career Jet: A well known site for jobs. 
New China Career: One of the leading English language search engines for jobs in China.
Learn 4 Good: Learn 4 Good tends to have a leaning towards teaching jobs, but they’ve got jobs in other sectors.

Teaching English
Teaching English is an option. English teaching jobs are available at high schools, universities and at a growing number of private language schools. They are normally advertised via e-mail and telephone contacts, either by the school directly or through a placement agency. Some agencies match teachers with Chinese schools, provide pre-departure training and only charge a modest fee for this service. Other organizations only provide jobs with low wages or on a volunteer basis and charge quite hefty fees for insurance, training and ongoing support.
International teaching opportunities can also be found at major job fairs. Candidates need a government-issued public school teaching certificate and should plan on attending the fair to participate in on-site interviews.


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