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Q: how to get a job in china as a Non-Native ESL-Teacher?

i have a 120HR-TEFL certificate, bachelor degree and other certificate.However, i'm struggling to find a teaching position in China.

15 weeks 6 hours ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Try crossing the southern border and climb a fence. Then apply for federal assistance. You do not need a medical exam or pay taxes. You don't even need to know the language of the country. Oh wait. Wrong country. Sorry. 

 

Nope, you do not qualify for China's standards. 

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Nohow .. for simple reason, you don't qualify for the legal English teaching work in China.

 

Don not expect replies at your job applications ...

 

Non-native English passport holder had slight chance to land an English teaching job in China before the Law changes in 2017 ... if she/he holds a degree completed in native English country (UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa).

 

I believe, even native English passport holder would experience troubles at the employment in China by holding a degree completed at the top Madagascar's University or any of the other non-native English countries.

 

In other words, if your degree wasn't completed in 5 above mentioned countries, it isn't worth a squat in China.

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Try crossing the southern border and climb a fence. Then apply for federal assistance. You do not need a medical exam or pay taxes. You don't even need to know the language of the country. Oh wait. Wrong country. Sorry. 

 

Nope, you do not qualify for China's standards. 

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You have to work illegally, which isn't recommended.

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