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Q: how to get a good job in china without knowing chinese language ?

i don't know chinese language  but i can speak well english. can i get any good job in china (guangzhou ) ? if yes, how ? and what i have to do to get job ? is it easy to get work permit visa for me ?

8 years 12 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Guangzhou

 
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its impossible buddy

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no, so just give up and leave.

 

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Well some desperated idiot has hired crimo for a few bucks, so for sure you can find a other idiot out of 1,6 Blj. people who will give you a lousy job.

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It depends on the work you are looking for.  If it is highly specialized, then it is possible to find a job here.  If you have little to no skills, or common skills such as IT, then you might want to think about teaching English.  That is the default profession for people here.

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I've spent about 5 months in Shenzhen area (over two visits) since 2010.   Want / NEED to return there soon for business but also to see some really good friends again.  Question:  Is it true I could also LEGALLY do some occasional English tutoring for cash without changing my Business "F" Visa provided I never stayed longer than 90 days without renewing it in HK?  Or is that wrong.  Thanks so much for any help here.  Xie xie ni!

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I love the posts from non Native English speakers that have so many grammar mistakes and then add I can speak English well. So funny. Pacific, it's not legal, but then again everyone is doing side work, just keep your head down and do what you have to do

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there are no GOOD JOBS in China for anyone!!!!

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