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Q: Is it possible to get a part/full time Job for a Non-native english speaker in Shenzhen?

I am looking for some extra earnings ..

9 years 29 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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Well if non-Native English speakers in The capital can get a part/full time job I'm sure you could get one in Shenzhen as well.....You will be surprised at the amount of non-native english speakers who have jobs....If you can speak chinese it's even better!!

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A training school in Shunde district of Foshan employs non-native English speakers to do some part-time teaching, as long as you have a distinguishing foreign face

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Anyone who has experience in the kindergarten knows that they need entertaining monkeys with foreign looks, not English teachers.. Sadly..

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