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Finding A Job In China
Finding a job in China as a foreigner can be very difficult sometimes, but as long as you have the right attitude and mentality, it is only a matter of time before a good company will rush to buy you!
The most logical entry step is to search the recruitment websites in China or contact HR recruiters. But for those who want to get around the competitive online job market, especially those who are inexperienced, this article explores three less traditional techniques to crack down on China's job market.
The first step in finding a job in China is obvious. It is the first step towards China. Once you get here, finding a good place in China is not as easy as it used to be. The main obstacle is the visa situation of foreigners. Foreigners must have a visa to China. Traditionally, a holiday visa is a ticket for a 90-day domestic renewal in China. Since then, the Chinese mainland and Hongkong have been postponed for 30 days (for most nationalities) without detailed travel itineraries and hotel and travel booking certificates. It usually takes at least five to 10 weeks to find the right job and establish a professional network of contacts.
2) Intelligent network
Instead of wasting time looking for the right person in the meeting room and taking the risk of being rejected with a cold attitude or awkward conversation starters, it's better to create an embarrassing situation where you don't have to meet directly through the network through a simple resume introduction, because people have a basic understanding of your basic information, and then meeting again will directly rush to the topic.
There are several reasons for a successful interview. First, avoid cold nerves or nerves standing awkwardly on the side waiting to enter the conversation. Secondly, a personal introduction will provide valuable recognition for the people who introduce you. High-quality introductions should also indicate that you are looking for employment opportunities and want to highlight your suitability or personal abilities, such as language skills. Finally, since a link has been established between the event organizer and the company representative, the company representative should at least try to have you prove yourself instead of defending yourself immediately.
Usually, the moderator will be your first choice for introductions, but you can also look for other participants in the room to help you introduce it to the right person. Think of them as multipliers. But the key is to build a good relationship with someone first and then introduce them. This will lead us to the next technique.
3) Make friends
Moving to China alone can be a difficult experience, and social activities can easily become costly and frustrating pursuits without immediate effect. So it's worth joining social clubs, joining sports associations and other organizations to complement your social calendar. These groups provide a valuable and more casual networking platform.
Finding true friends in China is essential not only for supporting the network, but also for professionals. One of the best things you can do when you first go to town is to find people who have common interests and who really get along well. No matter what their occupation is, it is also related to your career aspirations. Finding friends from social activities or football matches will not only help you integrate into China and enjoy your time in China, but also bring you a new network of contacts. For example, if you are looking for a job in an engineering company and meet a good German on the football team, he may be able to keep you in touch with his customers or friends of Siemens and Volkswagen. Again, personal recognition is very powerful.