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Q: how u can get job in cruise ship from shanghai

does any body know crewing agency here in shanghai to find work in cruise ship..i have experience in cruise ship and im try find agency 

7 years 10 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shanghai

 
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If it's a chinese cruise ship I don't think they will hire foreigners unless they say so. Hainan airlines was one of the airlines that had started to do recruit foreigners to work on their airlines at least a year ago. I went to the interview there myself and got a nice little model plane and got to talk to the people in charge. So I would say only if the cruise ship company is looking for foreigners to work on their cruise ship. They need people in their own country to work and have a good life first because your able to go back to your country  and get a job. 

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