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Q: Does LinkedIn work in China?

are there any similar job/professional social networks in English, that have good traction in China?

 

Note. NOT a question if the site is accessible or not, but is it useful as a tool for job hunting and networking in China

7 years 32 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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Yes, it's useful. There are thousands upon thousands of Chinese nationals registered. I am also regularly informed of jobs around China even though I am not job hunting. There are several groups that you can join depending on the professional expertise and goals. There is also an active China Ex-pat group on there as well as many smaller groups related to ex-pats in the major cities. If you want to get your name well known relatively quickly, that is the website to do it.

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It depends on the type of job you are looking for.  If you are looking for a C-level position, then it works.  If you are looking for a mid-range position, then not so much.

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Yes, it's useful. There are thousands upon thousands of Chinese nationals registered. I am also regularly informed of jobs around China even though I am not job hunting. There are several groups that you can join depending on the professional expertise and goals. There is also an active China Ex-pat group on there as well as many smaller groups related to ex-pats in the major cities. If you want to get your name well known relatively quickly, that is the website to do it.

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it is a good website for you to access. and it's not banned in China. 

 

FYI, it is really helpful for networking .But i am not sure about the job hunting coz i never find a job via that website. 

 

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i have not used linkedin to find job,But as i know,it is a good websites .

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I found it to be a waste of time and ended up blocking it

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Yes I  find current job through linkedin

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It's usefull for job hunting

 

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I've found it useful here. Got approached by a big multinational though LinkedIn because I was here. Didn't go any further at the time. There's a few good groups for China jobs. 

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