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Q: Anyone know any good headhunters?

My friend is looking for a new job, and doesn't want to teach, any recommendations how how to go about it? Thanks

7 years 51 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Beijing

 
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What type of job does this friend want to do?
51job.com is normally my first advice. Many Chinese companies post openings there before turning towards headhunters.

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Headhunters help the companies find candidates, so even if your friend send them a resume there is no 100% chance that they will definitely have a position available for him.

I have contact with a couple of headhunters, message me if you're serious.

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foreignhr is pretty good as well...they're helping me now...

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"What goes around, comes around"

 
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A long time ago I worked with a guy from the Philippines, he told me some islands have headhunters and that there were still Japanese soldiers running around that had never surrendered. I'd like to check it out someday, sounds like an exciting vacation.

 O, not that kind of head hunter?

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Best ones are still in Southern America...

edit: WTF with digging up old questions? many threads are digged up today, ant some can be fouled - an answer by mistake yes

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Beware of Michael Page - they post a bunch of phony job openings just to collect resumes and then try to get you to sign an exclusive contract with them.  They are super slick.

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6 years 49 weeks ago

When in China... watch your back!

 
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I wish more people would help out on this topic. There does seem to be a shortage of executive search firms.

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i know a good job hunter .they mail help the foreigners get job in china . if someone want get any job .you can message me .

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6 years 48 weeks ago

welcome native teacheir email us.

 
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