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Q: what's native arabic speaker can find job in beijing?

what's native arabic speaker can find job in beijing?

9 years 7 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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Depending on your skills, (other than speaking Arabic) you can get a job in a tech support company (that caters to your home country), get a job doing localization on computer games & websites that will be seen in your country, or perhaps writing documentation for products to be sold in your company.

Granted, these jobs aren't very high paying, but they can make good use of your language skill.

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I can honestly say that I only know of one person from an Arabic-speaking country that has landed a job in Beijing and that was at Beijiing Da as a junior lecturer in Arabic and Arabic studies. You may wish to look there but you will need the background and diplomas to go with it.

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There should be all types of jobs for a native Arabic speaker. A translator would be one and also you can teach the arabic language in a class. They pay top dollars for knowing that language in the military so I would assume they would need your service. You could do anything educational such as teaching/tutoring or you can become a translator with a company that does business with Arabs. 

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if you have a good English language  , you can work as English teacher ...this is very possible ..but you can  not do that in the main cities like shanghai or Beijing ..

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A: Can a new employer help you? Possibly but it's really hard to say for
A:Can a new employer help you? Possibly but it's really hard to say for sure. I used to be involved in hiring new teachers and a couple of times we had people we wanted to hire who were having trouble with their old school - situations similar to yours. Our school was legally able to hire foreign teachers, did everything by the book and was well connected, usually schools that mess people around with visa stuff aren't operating legally so a call from our visa guy to theirs telling them they were breaking the law, we were in the middle of processing the visa stuff with the PSB and the next phone call they got regarding this teacher was likely to be from the PSB asking some hard questions was usually enough to get them to co-operate. No school doing illegal stuff wants the PSB getting too interested in what they're doing. There's a chance a new employer could figure something out if they really want to hire you but these are difficult times, their hands might be tied too.    -- Stiggs