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Q: When is the next job fair for foreigners in Shanghai?

7 years 38 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shanghai

 
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There is one on November 12 in Beijing but nothing I have heard will be in Shanghai this year.  http://jobfair.chinajob.com/employee.php

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there will be an event about e-business on Sep.7th in Yu Bar. http://www.iqubator.com/index.php/en/en/news

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there are job fairs for foreigners in Beijing,Shanghai and Guangzhou in April each year.

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Now that's an idea.

 

How about an internet job laowei job fair? A one or two day online event where employees (and agents if we must) go actively online, i.e. a human behind a keyboard, and people can come and go giving resume's receiving job applications / specifications.

 

I'm no programmer but I used to help out on a blog, and it shouldn't need to be too much more complicated than that. Is there any such thing, if not do we know of anyone in the programming  world who is interested?

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Here's one of the portal for the Beijing Foreign Job Fair that is run with the implicit approval of the Beijing City Government...but it is held in October every year. 

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