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Q: Working in Nanjing

Hey guys, I'm wondering if anyone can help me

i have a friend that just moved to To china and has excellent English as her first language

she's currently living in Nanjing and is working in a hospice for babies Who are terminal and could do with an extra income because her job is totally non paid and is interested in doing some teaching on the side to increase a little bit of income

shes a hard worker and really loves children, has anyone got any information that would help her?

thanks a million for your help!

7 years 23 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Nanjing

 
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Click 'Jobs in China' link on the top R of this page, and change settings to 'Nanjing' and 'part-time'.

Here's one job:

 

http://jobs.echinacities.com/jobchapter/1354475941

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Click 'Jobs in China' link on the top R of this page, and change settings to 'Nanjing' and 'part-time'.

Here's one job:

 

http://jobs.echinacities.com/jobchapter/1354475941

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Yeah, she will most likely have no trouble finding part-time work in kindergartens.

 

All she has to do is ask around Nanjing and I am sure she could get a decent job by the week's end.

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Thanks a million, unfortunately due to her hours she cannot teach mornings, I was thinking more for one on one lessons that she can schedule in the evenings!

icnif77:

Write an advert in Chinese and English with her contact nos., and post it at the Kindergartens or Public Schools in the area.

She could also walk to Training centers in Nanjing, and ask for 'low teaching hours' work. Good luck!

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Hmmm...  No

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