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Q: Is it difficult to foreigners get work in China

Hi, My name is Renata, and I am brazilian, live in Brazil.

I am really interested in move to China and get a work there.

Is it difficult to get a work there if i am foreigner???

i would like some help, i would like to get a work visa.

 

6 years 28 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Other cities

 
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Doing what?

 

Working visa must be sponsored by Chinese Company. Find Chinese Co. willing to hire you, and they will provide necessary documents to Chinese Embassy in Brazil, and Embassy will give you Chinese visa. 

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It's very easy to get a teaching job if your English gets up to scratch.

 

Otherwise it's very hard - unless the rules have changed, you can only be hired for a job that no Chinese person can do. You could try looking for companies in your country that do business in China and see if you have the skills they are looking for. 

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The minimum requirement is that you have a degree. The rest is up to your skills, experience and market needs

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You should be able to find work in China easily... As a brazilian there are many opportunities for you. I've seen brazilians working at restaurants, restaurant owners and I'm sure there are even Brazilian teachers here teaching Portugese. 

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There are cookies, bookies and too many rookies for me to sit here trying to be a hooky! Looky Looky don't call me a wooky. Touchy Touchy Feely Feely Spicy Spicy Nicey Nicey & that's what the doctor Ordered!!

 
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Skills from Brazil will get you a job in a KTV.

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try looking at jobs in Macau, small city, but Portuguese is used there. 

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"Is it difficult for foreigners to get work in China?" Hmm, I agree with the comments by Roast Beef. Good luck with the World Cup in your country next year!

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