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Q: graphic design jobs

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How can I find a job as a Graphic Designer in China?

Do you have any recommendations for sites I should check out?

3 years 42 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shanghai

 
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ZeljkaT:

Thank you so much.

Of course, I do know how to google it, I just thought that maybe there are some people here who work in the same field and have any recommendation for the best sites for that kind of jobs, most of the jobs I find here are for teaching.

Maybe my question was too vague.

I will check your recommendations, thank you!

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Posters here are in majority English teachers, but you never know some designer might venture on the Board.

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Click 'Jobs', top L side of the screen and enter 'Graphic Design' in search window ....

 

https://jobs.echinacities.com/jobs/search?keyword=Graphic+design&cityid=...

 

Good luck!

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ZeljkaT:

Thank you so much.

Of course, I do know how to google it, I just thought that maybe there are some people here who work in the same field and have any recommendation for the best sites for that kind of jobs, most of the jobs I find here are for teaching.

Maybe my question was too vague.

I will check your recommendations, thank you!

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Posters here are in majority English teachers, but you never know some designer might venture on the Board.

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i would download wechat app. then i would add jobtube onto your feed. i ve seen graphic designer jobs advertised many times. talented graphic designers are quite sought after. after you start working here you can get contacts for better job

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