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Find Jobs In China
It's hard to find a job anywhere, and it's difficult to find jobs in China as a foreigner, although it may be more interesting than in other countries. When trying to find a good job in China, the most important thing may be the Internet. With the right connection, you can find whatever work you need.
However, most of us who are looking for jobs don't have the right direction or the right thinking at all, which is why it seems difficult to find a job. The good news is that China has developed specific markets for foreigners. No matter where you come from, it doesn't matter what you want to do here. For all those unfortunate foreigners who don't have a job, here is an article that might be useful to you.
Tip1: apply at the right time. For students, campus recruitment starts in September, and most local students get jobs around December. The second round of campus recruitment started at the end of February, but there were fewer vacancies. For others, it's best to find a job after the lunar new year or September. Because then the company's annual budget was approved. English teaching institutions are also short of teachers at Christmas.
Tip2: during the recruitment season, there are many job fairs. Most big companies have their own job fairs at some of the top universities. It's best to bring your resume and talk to the HR department there. If you want to find a job in marketing, finance, or technology, please attend more job fairs for local people. Because most foreign job fairs focus on translation, hotel, and language teaching.
TIP3: most top universities have their own bachelor's degrees, and there is always a work department. Here, you can find a lot of information about job fairs and the latest job information from big companies. For example Shanghai University, they update their work information every day.
Tip4: use job search sites and apps. If you are new to China and have no idea about job recruitment, you can visit some major recruitment websites in China. There will be detailed employment direction, professional field, choose your own suitable field, choose your own professional work, and then submit your resume, waiting for the other party's reply.
Tip5: check out the websites of big companies. If you do have an ideal company, please visit the official recruitment website directly. For example Alibaba. These large enterprises will have their own official websites to introduce their companies, as well as the recruitment information released by the personnel department. They usually have direct email links. You just need to prepare your resume in advance and click send.
Tip6: is concerned about WeChat official account. Many large enterprises will have their own WeChat official account, and many recruitment agencies will also post job information on the WeChat official account. Pay attention to the areas you are interested in and receive the recruitment information as soon as possible.
Tip7: improve your resume and prepare for an interview. Add less but appropriate information to your resume. Prepare different resumes for different jobs. Include the Chinese level and visa status in your resume. If you can speak Chinese fluently, please prepare your resume in Chinese. If you are applying for a technical job, please prepare for a written test. If you are applying for business English teaching, please prepare a PPT.