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Q: Did you know where i can find a job?

Hi, I'm a Filipino looking for a job in china, now i'm currently staying here together with my chinese husband. I look in the page of echinacities but they are looking for a teacher have a master degree and experience. I just study 2years in Elementary Education and also i don't have experience yet, but I'm hoping someone will help me .

36 weeks 1 day ago in  Teaching & Learning - Hangzhou

 
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just search 51jobs but mostly in chinese ,chinajob,chinajob.com,jobtubedaily,

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It depends on what kind of job are you looking for ...

 

Once, you'll know what do you want to do, you can write desired profession into the first slot on the Jobs website.

Second slot, you can select the city where you reside and then click 'Search' ...

 

You will get display of all job openings for your profession in selected city.

 

Good luck!

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Currently staying? So you don't usually stay with him.him in China? Sounds fishy.

Anyway, your best bet is to go around to all the kindergartens and kids training centres and introduce yourself. Word will spread. You'll be offered some illegal work before too long.

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if you can use the internet, you can do a job search.

use any search engine and enter.
 

Jobs / the area you are looking for / China / City

 

good luck

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just search 51jobs but mostly in chinese ,chinajob,chinajob.com,jobtubedaily,

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Academic qualifications are still very important in China. For example, if you want to become a teacher, you need a teaching certificate in addition to your academic qualifications. I would suggest you to start with some simple jobs that suit your interests. In fact, some company owners sometimes value the experience of their employees more than others.

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Yet another question that asks for help and refuses to interact. I wonder why

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