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Q: Where to look online for english teaching jobs in Shanghai

I am planning to come to Shanghai to teach english for a year or so. however i am still back home in germany and is not really in touch with the teaching scene over there. i would like to hear if anyone know of a homepage where all the schools or universities will announce job openings?

thanks alot!

8 years 17 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Shanghai

 
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Hey there,

I think there may be another post like this around the Answers section.

Check out these websites:

www.eslcafe.com
www.eslcafe.com
www.teachingabroad.com
www.eslteachersabroad.com
www.tefl.com

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Well, you could try this website echinacities.com LOL. It generally a good place to job search. Especially for the East Coast of China

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These are all good answers and good places to look for a job in China. Problem is, not all the schools in China are good places to work and it can be really hard to tell the good ones from the bad ones. Many are not even licensed to legally employ foreigners.

I suggest using a placement company that has researched the schools and can help you find a teaching jobs that suits your desires. The agency is responsible to both the school and the teacher, so finding a good fit is important them.

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8 years 6 weeks ago

http://www.teachingnomad.com - Your connection to teaching in China

 
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If you are canadian or  USA contact me so i can refer you to the folks i teach with...

I am paid well, but i want to make sure you are a good fit...

my email is danobkm...at gmail.

dano

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this is online teaching just an hour a day... you will be surprised how much it helps.

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