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Q: I would like to know even Diploma people can apply the job here

I would like to know how people with diploma can apply job here

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Simple answer: No unless you want to work illegally and face the consequesces.

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Just click 'Diploma' tab ... I mean, just click 'Apply' tab ..

 

 

Sorry, I had a glass of red ... 

 

 

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Sorry I don’t get you

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Simple answer: No unless you want to work illegally and face the consequesces.

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To my understanding, Chinese work Visas require a minimum of Bachelor's degree or equivalent.

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Yes, you can apply and send them your resume. Try applying on LinkedIn too, or send them an email directly with your CV (you'll get more responses if you contact them directly). 

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