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Q: Is it easy for Vietnamese to find jobs in Guangzhou?

Hi,

Do you know the job for Vietnamese, or non native English speaking. I'm working in Hangzhou now and look forward to relocate in Guangdong.

Thanks

7 years 2 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Guangzhou

 
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Work in a Vietnamese restuarant....sorry my bad ...this is not Canada....LMAO

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Some people who post questions on this site must go to bed in the end of the day with your racially retarded answer in their head.

 

I want to make you stop spitting up the garbage.

 

This is your reply on Q. 'Do you correct your Chinese friends when they say something racist/derogatory' :

 

i quit doing that long ago.... fed up of correcting people so i gave it up.

 

 

 

Now, go and take a look in the mirror!

Tell me you're scared, aren't you?

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Answer to your question Anna:

 

you should look at job listings on this site by the city, you are interested in.

 

Maybe, you should try and look for job with Agents too, because they have more knowledge about job vacancies.

 

As non-native, you must put much more effort into finding job. Just don't stop sending up your resume around different job vacancies. 

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i think it would be hard for a Vietnamese to find a job all over this country unless you master both English and Chinese.Maybe you could try  companies that do business with Vietnam,they are more willing to take you as a employee.Plus,if you could read Chinese,these sites will help you much,there are the most popular job sites in China.

http://www.zhaopin.com/

http://www.51job.com/

http://www.cjol.com/

Good luck!

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Nowadays it is not easy to find a job in china. For you , i think you had better pay more patience on the online recruit ads.

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you can find job in the web site,please click http://www.51job.com/

 

 

 

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