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Q: what is the official wage range for foreign experts (ESL Teachers) in China?

Specifically, foreign expert teacher working in Shuyang county, Xuqian municipality - Jiangsu province.

5 weeks 1 day ago in  Teaching & Learning - Nanjing

 
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To get the answer, look at the JOBS section of this site and average the salaries. Generally, a beginner will get between 15,000-18,000 rmb. Of course, kindergartens pay more typically, while universities pay much less.

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To get the answer, look at the JOBS section of this site and average the salaries. Generally, a beginner will get between 15,000-18,000 rmb. Of course, kindergartens pay more typically, while universities pay much less.

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There is no offical wage rate anywhere in China as far as I know.

 

English teaching jobs in China are contractual, i.e. salary, other benefits and requirements are determined by the Contract, which employee must sign or in other words 'accept the offer'.

Employer/school must present signed Contract to the Gov. to receive all required documentation for employee's Z/Work visa application.

 

You will get better paying offer at Training mills than at the Public schools, but at the Public schools you'll work less.

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Dude, you've got them over a barrel. Leverage them hard. 20-30k would be an ordinary outcome.

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Illegal or legal? 7,000-25,000.

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