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Benefits for Teachers in China
When looking for employment in China, in addition to receiving free lodging, there are a few more perks that you should anticipate, or at the very least seek for, in an employer. There are many advantages to working as an English teacher in China, and you should absolutely take those advantages into consideration when making your final choice about which position to accept.
Free housing or a housing stipend: If you are going to be working as a teacher in China, you should absolutely have the option of either having an apartment supplied for you or receiving a sizable housing stipend. If for some reason this is not included in your employment, you need to have an extremely high compensation in order to make up for the fact that this is not included.
Free flights to and from China The majority of schools in China will provide you with a free flight to and from China at the start and finish of your contract. In most cases, you will be reimbursed for these flights, which means that you will be required to pay for the flight and then you will be paid back by the company.
Insurance for free medical care: According to the law, your school is required to provide you insurance for medical care. The majority of educational institutions go with a catastrophic health insurance plan, which, in a nutshell, denotes that you will be responsible for paying for any and all doctor and hospital visits up to the insurance limit, which often ranges from $100 to $200. After you have met this first payment obligation, the insurer will take over and pay the remaining balance. Because medical treatment in China is so reasonably priced, it is quite unlikely that you will spend more than this amount on a single visit to the doctor.
As a teacher in China, you are eligible to get paid time off in the form of holidays as well as any school or public holidays, depending on where you work. In addition to this, your institution could or might not provide paid vacation time. Having said that, if you work in a training facility, you need to at the very least be given the opportunity to take a vacation that is unpaid.
Visa assistance and reimbursement: if you are working lawfully in China, your institution ought to help you secure a visa and should also pay you for your expenses. They will need to get a work permit and write you a letter of acceptance before you can apply for a work visa and go to China. In order for you to work in China, you must first arrive in the country. They should also be able to assist you in comprehending how to apply for your criminal background check and authenticate your degree. If you worked with a recruiter, they are the ones who will most likely assist you with all of this rather than the school.
Again, depending on where you will be working, some or all of the perks described above could not be available, or the conditions might be different. You have complete control over what you agree to, so just remember to choose a career that makes you happy!