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Q: Job hunting in Guangzhou

Hi guys,

 

I m wondering if any of you had job hunting experiences would like to share, any websites or locations that I can get helps from? I m kinda lost now...

 

Thanks! 

4 years 30 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Guangzhou

 
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Better make sure that the workplace is located in the city proper, Guangzhou is huge and most of it can't be described as city. You don't want to end up in Panyu, Baiyun or worse Nansha with 1 to 2 hours commute just to get to the edge of the city.

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Check out the classifieds section in GZStuff

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Better make sure that the workplace is located in the city proper, Guangzhou is huge and most of it can't be described as city. You don't want to end up in Panyu, Baiyun or worse Nansha with 1 to 2 hours commute just to get to the edge of the city.

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The nice part of Guangzhou is Tianhe District, especially in the New City area. 

 

Wouldnt be a bad place to live.

 

But yeah +1 to eorthisio cause every chinese city is like that. Tons of places that are technically GZ/SH/SZ/BJ but so far away from anything nice you'd be better off living in the downtown of a 2nd tier city.

 

You'll have more access to a real life in downtown Nanjing or Wuhan or some[place than in some distant factory/farm suburb of an international city. May not even be served by the metro

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