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Q: Age requirements at 68

I'm 68 worked in Tianjin China TALENT MARKETING AT university 10 years have UCLA DEGREES .  IN GOOD HEALTH CAN I TEACH IN CHINA?
 

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https://answers.echinacities.com/question/age-requirements-68?type=noanswer#answer000

i'll include the same answer for you:
 

if your employer sticks to the letter of the law regarding employment of foreigners, then the answer is no.
If your employer is satisfied with your work and they will ignore your age, the answer is 'maybe' , unless they can get someone younger and cheaper than you.

However, you may encounter a problem when you register and some ;jobs-worth' notices your age unless your employer has good 'guanxi'

your employer will be the one to determine if you are still working in China next year.

 

icnif77:

Comparing essence of your answer with robotic learning (AI) in the classroom, day and night, apparently widely in use all over China.... so what's easier?

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https://answers.echinacities.com/question/age-requirements-68?type=noanswer#answer000

i'll include the same answer for you:
 

if your employer sticks to the letter of the law regarding employment of foreigners, then the answer is no.
If your employer is satisfied with your work and they will ignore your age, the answer is 'maybe' , unless they can get someone younger and cheaper than you.

However, you may encounter a problem when you register and some ;jobs-worth' notices your age unless your employer has good 'guanxi'

your employer will be the one to determine if you are still working in China next year.

 

icnif77:

Comparing essence of your answer with robotic learning (AI) in the classroom, day and night, apparently widely in use all over China.... so what's easier?

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