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Q: Best ways to land a social media\video editing\content creation job?

Hey all,

I'm currently in Beijing and working as a video editor\director for one of China's biggest media companies and I decided not to extend my contract anymore. The place is great, but after 3 years I just need a change.

I have a MA degree in PoliSci from a Chinese university (taught in English) and I speak several languages.

I've been skimming through LinkedIn, WeChat and this site trying to find content creation jobs- writing, editing, translating, creating vids and anything related really, but somehow most of the jobs I come across are English teaching jobs, which pay well but they're not really something I want to pursue.

 

So, I was wondering whether anyone has any ideas of where should I look for creative jobs?

And if anyone is in creative groups in Shanghai or Beijing, I'd love you to add me.

 

Thanks and have a great day!

3 weeks 6 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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Try Indeed ... that's the only thing came out on search:

 

https://www.indeed.com/q-Social-Media-Video-Editor-jobs.html

 

 

Good luck!

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if you are a creative person, maybe try creating your own niche.

Maybe take a job as an Engish teacher so you have a work visa  and a lot of free time
 

 

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