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Q: Free Job Fair for foreiners only in Guangzhou

There will be a job fair held for foreigners only in Guangzhou's China Hotel (Marriott) on Sunday, November 19 from 10 am until 4 pm.  It i free for foreigners only, only requirement is to bring copies of your updated resume.

 

It is nice opportunity for you to become known by many Chinese companies looking for foreign talent.

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I wish I were in GZ!

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Last Time I went to one of these gigs it turned out to be 70% of the companies that still pay under 14,000 RMB a month, I don't think I'll go again.

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