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Q: What is the best platform for foreigners to find career opportunities in China?

Hi, 
I'm looking for a job in China and I want to know what is the best platform for foreigners to find career opportunities in China.

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22 weeks 3 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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Glassdoor was really good, but now it seems llike it does not list companies nor jobs from China. i wonder if it was blocked or something...

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Your Q in DDG  (DuckDuckGo)  search ...

 

https://www.laowaicareer.com

 

https://theseventies.berkeley.edu/godfather/2018/06/10/the-murder-of-luc...

 

https://www.chinawhisper.com/top-10-best-job-search-websites-in-china/

 

 

 I better stop now, 'cause eTities might run out of redeem raincoats ... 

 

 

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Well, it is not echinacities. Their job sites are filled with recruiters who are only looking to fill their quotas without truly working for the person seeking. So many jobs are not real. They are used to lure you to the recruiter, and then they will offer you positions that you were not requesting. Oh, there might be a few real job offers on the site, but you must wade through a lot of muck to get to the good fishing hole. 

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Google.com

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Glassdoor was really good, but now it seems llike it does not list companies nor jobs from China. i wonder if it was blocked or something...

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You may want to have a look at Dave's ESL Cafe website.  It has forums (most not very active) but if you post your resume/CV (as I have) you will likely get some responses.  At least worth a try.  A few agents/agencies to avoid though:  anyone recruiting for CIPTC (especially Richard Li from Shineway.edu), Suzhou Boren (especially the incompetant Gordon Chen who runs the operation), and Risun (often Helen).  Unless you are intent on teaching little kids the Kidcastle group may or may not be a good choice ... like any franchise school there are good Kidcastle schools (like the one in Zhongshan) and totally incompetant ones like the ones in Huai'an (Suzhou Boren also recruits for them, but the teachers there are abysmal.

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