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Q: What are some employment agencies in Shenzhen that cater to expats?

9 years 43 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shenzhen

 
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Hey there,

It really depends on what you want to do. Of course you'll find loads of teaching positions, so finding something non teaching related is a little more difficult.

There's one really popular place expats go for this type of information: shenzhenparty.com.

Otherwise, you could also use the job section of this website, which has got a few dozen new Shenzhen jobs every day...

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Not sure, but i can tell you the one to avoid like the plague, PELCC Mr Perlandas Harris and his side kick Fanny....yes, Fanny. Unscroupolous people, liars, cheats and will never do what they say...and you must pay 50% of your first months salary to them if your employed through them, and if you sign another contract at the chosen place of work you will pay 50% again. This Guy does not have jobs from his own sourcing, he simply copies from others and tries to recruit....They are evil pieces of Human excrement and you need to avoid at all costs. Check out PELCC or Perlandas on Google or eslteachersboard and see for yourselves!

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