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Q: What are the best ways of finding jobs in Beijing?

Is the most reliable and sure way of securing a job through connections or does anyone have any other good tips?

10 years 49 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Beijing

 
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Check the job postings on several websites such as jobs.eChinacities.com, thebeijinger and chinajob.com

If you are looking for English teaching job, you can also check a few ESL job sites by goodle search.

Go to some networking events in Beijing and several expat oriented job fairs in Beijng, like two organized by chinajob.com in April and October annually.

Read more job related articles on eChinacities: http://www.echinacities.com/articles/categories.aspx?tagid=9

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I confirm that starting your search on this site is a good start. However, to get the really good jobs that aren't advertised, you need to make connections. Print out professional business cards, go to networking events, mingle as much as you can, set up a linkedin account, follow the companies you are interested in and do research...

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9 years 14 weeks ago
 
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Connections are always there and you have to be sure that the person who is recommending a job to you is trustworthy. You need to build your resume up the best you can so whatever opportunities you can do you better just do them. If an opportunity for you to volunteer comes up take it. If someone is offering you to be part of their show/performance for a day or two take it. See what I'm saying! Everything helps!

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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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have got some part time gigs on craigslist , jobs click education for english teaching positions

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all you can get it through web sites, search china job in google

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*The* jobsite in China is zhaopin.  That's not as easy for expats as it used to be though because there's no longer an english version of the site.  Even so, some adverts are posted in English if you can navigate your way through search buttons with Chinese characters on them.

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