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Q: What are some websites to find jobs in Asia (Southeast Asia) rather than only China?

I've tried using a few but can't find many reliable websites to find jobs in southeast Asia. would it be easier/more efficient to go through the embassy on this or are there sites out there? I've tried googling "jobs in SE Asia" and the like only to come up with some unreliable sites (where have to pay numerous outlandish fees and such)

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16 weeks 6 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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for teaching jobs

 

taiwan

tealit.com

thailand

ajarn.com

 

daveseslcafe.com for international jobs is not too bad

 

craigslist.org  but a lot of scammers

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for teaching jobs

 

taiwan

tealit.com

thailand

ajarn.com

 

daveseslcafe.com for international jobs is not too bad

 

craigslist.org  but a lot of scammers

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If your white collar technical type, I always had good luck with the financial times classified ads simply because the adds were too expensive for it to be a scam in most cases. I am retired now but I got jobs in Bermuda, Japan, Guinea, Amsterdam through the Financial Times, hope they still have the international classified ads but I haven't had a copy to read in a long time, occasionally someone makes a pdf of one and I get it from www.1337x.to torrent site.

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See this Board on China and FT's (USA mostly) troubles before 'apply for Z at Chinese Embassy' comes through':

 

http://forums.eslcafe.com/job/viewforum.php?f=9&sid=0c771270ed08e5b908db...

 

and for 'Jobs' listing see this:

 

http://www.eslcafe.com/jobs/

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