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Q: English teaching market for my specific situation

HI,

this is my somewhat unique situation...I'm Chinese-Canadian, born in China, raised overseas...I currently have a TESL certificate obtained online, and I have exp teaching IELTS and TEOFL in Chinese to Chinese students here in CA. I'm not sure which one is more in demand in China, but I'm fine doing either really..

 

So what's the hourly range that  I can realistically expect in Beijing? as a part time job...also, should I apply through agencies? put up ads online? how should I go about doing that? if going through agencies is the best way, any recommendations?

 

 

6 years 36 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Beijing

 
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Hit the Big International companies in China

Someone with your skills should by all accounts do very well in particular if you have a HR back ground

Search SEEK.com under Asia as they often are looking to fill vacancy's

Good luck

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Thank you so much...and also how much hourly should I expect in this case?

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