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Q: I have a degree in Master Materials Physics, what are my chances of working in China ?

41 weeks 3 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Post your resume and find out. That's the best way to do it

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What type of job are you seeking?

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Search for jobs that apply for the sciences of the Physics of Materials. You should be able to teach Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry at least at the level of middle and high school. I assume this degree is a BS, Bachelor of Sciences. With that University degree and two years of experience, you should be good to land a Sciences teaching position in China. Definitely, you must teach it in English. If you can prove you can do it and hold a diploma that allows you to teach at this level, I see no problem for you to get that job here. 

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