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Q: Are there any jobs available in Jinshui District, Zhengzhou, Henan for a 25-year-old Filipino?

Good day,

 

We are currently looking for a job for my boyfriend in Jinshui District, Zhengzhou, Henan.

 

 

1) Job Preferences: None; any job with a reasonable working condition would be great e.g. cleaner, messenger, assistant, clerk, etc.

2) Expected Compensation Package: 2500-3000 RMB/ month with full working visa support

3) He is available to fly to China as soon as his working visa is arranged for. 

 

Information:
1) Name: Mark Ryan S. Aguinaldo

2) Age: 25 years old
3) Nationality: Filipino

4) Work Experience: 6 years in Customer Service (SM Supermall)

 

Please contact me for his resume and documents at sv.eugenio008@yahoo.com or 2323058002 (QQ/wechat)

6 years 26 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Zhengzhou

 
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He's got almost zero chance of getting a work permit. 

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Not really. Philipinos are becoming the Nationality of choice because they look Chinese, they will accept poor conditions and low salaries and  many speak Chinese. Yes, I know what I said and it is true. And many Colleges are hiring them. 

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He's got almost zero chance of getting a work permit. 

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Not really. Philipinos are becoming the Nationality of choice because they look Chinese, they will accept poor conditions and low salaries and  many speak Chinese. Yes, I know what I said and it is true. And many Colleges are hiring them. 

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Hello,

 

Im Mr Ding Dong and I work for Glory Hole Ltd. I have a hole, I mean a position he can fill. I want him to fill my hole, I mean take the right position, theres a gap for him to fill, I mean we need someone who can do the job. A good job.

 

email me @ blowhole@sausagefactory.com

Mr_Sausage:

We're in Donghuan by the way...honest

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Phuc Dat Bich?

 

http://answers.echinacities.com/question/australian-scam-hits-china?type=latest#lastcomment

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