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Q: How can I find a short term teaching contract (less than 6 months)?

I am an experienced and qualified teacher, and I am looking for a teaching job in Hangzhou. But I am looking for a short-term contract (preferably 3-4 months). Is this possible?

2 years 15 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Hangzhou

 
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Yeah, I saw some short term job adverts on Jobs yesterday. I'm not sure, how is with visa/Residence permit, but there are few adverts for 4 -6 months, I'm not sure where.

See 'Jobs' above R. Good luck.

 

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Yeah, I saw some short term job adverts on Jobs yesterday. I'm not sure, how is with visa/Residence permit, but there are few adverts for 4 -6 months, I'm not sure where.

See 'Jobs' above R. Good luck.

 

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