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Q: Native Spanish speaker

Hello, What is the best way to get a job in China as a native Spanish speaker? My plan is to get a job, I can adapt to learn new things and I am currently studying English and Chinese, to improve my communication. Thank you

11 weeks 3 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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See 'Find Jobs' tag on the top, L side of the screen, and sort through posted job offers. You can select profession and the place of work.

 

Then, send your CV and wait for the replies.

 

At my quick search, there are few job adverts for Spanish Teacher.

 

Unfortunately, there are currently no job openings displayed on search for 'Don Quixote und Sancho Panza" ... 

 

https://jobs.echinacities.com/jobs/search/?keyword=spanish+teacher&cityi...

 

Good lucky!

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See 'Find Jobs' tag on the top, L side of the screen, and sort through posted job offers. You can select profession and the place of work.

 

Then, send your CV and wait for the replies.

 

At my quick search, there are few job adverts for Spanish Teacher.

 

Unfortunately, there are currently no job openings displayed on search for 'Don Quixote und Sancho Panza" ... 

 

https://jobs.echinacities.com/jobs/search/?keyword=spanish+teacher&cityi...

 

Good lucky!

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Hola amigo.

 the best way is to find a recruiter, they know many schools. Perhaps you'll have to pay them a fee which can be one payment or monthly, that depends on how you negotiate with them. 

Also, get a list of all the schools that teach spanish, send them your CV or go in person.

祝你好运!

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