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Q: How can I get in touch with electric car companies

How does one reach electric car companies?And is it so difficult to get a job here?

3 weeks 20 hours ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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It's going to be difficult as companies of their nature rarely use phone or email and they'd never have a social media presence.

I suggest holding a seance as your most effective method since sacrificing virgin's has gone out of vogue recently.

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I can get in touch with electrical car companies in China easily  by using the search engine at DuckDuckGo: 

 

https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1125661_seven-china-connected-elect...

 

http://cbelectriccar.com/blog/electric-car-makers/top-10-electric-car-ma...

 

https://cleantechnica.com/2017/11/23/6-10-big-electric-car-companies-china/

 

When I was a kid, I got hit by the electricity several times 'cause I was curious how all that works, so now I'd rather stay away from electricity, butT ...

 

You can apply for job in listed Chinese car companies by using "Contact Us" at each company's website.

 

You might want to write yer message to car company in Chinese and English language, so they'll think you're fluent Mandarin sneaker.

 

Good lucky!

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stick a paperclip in a socket!  you'll see them in a flash!

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It's going to be difficult as companies of their nature rarely use phone or email and they'd never have a social media presence.

I suggest holding a seance as your most effective method since sacrificing virgin's has gone out of vogue recently.

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Hi, it all depends. If your skillset is specialized maybe Linkedin China is good for you. If it's more general, like sales or junior level finance your chances are lower. Sending emails (repeatedly) is always an option, but if you're already in China maybe try your best as well to network with the right people.

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