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Q: I am from Turkey and I want to work in China. I am an accountant, so what kind of jobs can I do?

I am from Turkey, I want to work in China. I am an accountant, I worked 5 years as an accountant in a company. So, I want to work in China as an accountant. I speak English and Chinese. I have HSK4 (Chinese Level Exam) certificate. So, what kind of jobs do I need to look? What can I do to work in China?

38 weeks 19 hours ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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My guess would be you couldn't work for a Chinese company but maybe foreign companies operating in China have their own accountants.

You could try reaching out to some of them and/or business consulting companies operating in China to find out how foreign companies do their accounting.

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My guess would be you couldn't work for a Chinese company but maybe foreign companies operating in China have their own accountants.

You could try reaching out to some of them and/or business consulting companies operating in China to find out how foreign companies do their accounting.

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Click 'Find Jobs' on top. L side of the screen and enter 'accountant' in the first search window ... and see job offers displayed.

 

I did it for you ... this time ... 

 

https://jobs.echinacities.com/jobs/search/?keyword=accountant&cityid=&in...

 

Good luck!

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The first thing you should do is look at China's work visa requirement and determine if you can apply. As an accountant, hopefully you know how to operate a computer and do a search like every other person over the age of 5. Second, China iis still closed for Covid. Check back after the Olympics. 

PulSartre:

I doubt it will be open for business afterwards. Let's hope, though.

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shovel snow. But you will need a work permit.????????????????

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