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Q: Can I find any job in china?

I'm undergraduate girl from Sri Lanka. I have 3 year experience as the management assistant in government office and 2 year experience as a assistant in privert firm. I also complete TEFL/TESOL Certificate. Nature photography, drawing art and paper crafting some of my hobbies. Can I work china?  

51 weeks 4 days ago in  General  - China

 
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You need at least BA degree (completed in native English country) to use your TEFL Certificate in China and work as an English teacher.

 

Other requirement for English teacher's Z/Working visa in China is "one must hold a native English passport", i.e. passport from UK, USA, Canada, Australia, NZ or S. Africa, so it's safe to say, you don't qualify for an English teaching job in China.

 

Your English syntax is not up to par, either!

 

Get into 'Find Jobs' on the top of the screen and have a look at other available offers.

 

Good luck!

 

P.S.

Chinese borders remain closed for the outside word because of the pandemic, so even if you get a job, you won't be able to enter China.

DGaminda:

Thank you for answering. I actually understood that situation.

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Foreigners working in China outside of English teaching are often working for foreign companies based in China, as things like managers, engineers, some sort of expert in their field. Foreigners working for Chinese companies is pretty rare.

 

I don't know if you're able to but If you're able to get a job with a foreign company - presumably Sri Lankan - that would probably be your best chance.

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You need at least BA degree (completed in native English country) to use your TEFL Certificate in China and work as an English teacher.

 

Other requirement for English teacher's Z/Working visa in China is "one must hold a native English passport", i.e. passport from UK, USA, Canada, Australia, NZ or S. Africa, so it's safe to say, you don't qualify for an English teaching job in China.

 

Your English syntax is not up to par, either!

 

Get into 'Find Jobs' on the top of the screen and have a look at other available offers.

 

Good luck!

 

P.S.

Chinese borders remain closed for the outside word because of the pandemic, so even if you get a job, you won't be able to enter China.

DGaminda:

Thank you for answering. I actually understood that situation.

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Stiggs:

Foreigners working in China outside of English teaching are often working for foreign companies based in China, as things like managers, engineers, some sort of expert in their field. Foreigners working for Chinese companies is pretty rare.

 

I don't know if you're able to but If you're able to get a job with a foreign company - presumably Sri Lankan - that would probably be your best chance.

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what websites have you used for a search for a job in China?
have you spent time using job search engines or are you just asking people to do this for you?

i wish you luck.

DGaminda:

Thank you for answering. I actually used a few websites to apply for the job. I am asking this question to know the situation now.

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Simple answer: Legally..No

DGaminda:

Thank you for answering.

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icnif77:

Stop pampering him, pls! broken heart

He already got 2 pints for this answer ....

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