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How To Find A Good Job In China
As China continues to open up to international trade, there are more and more job opportunities for foreigners in many different fields. Here, we have listed some tips for finding a job in China.
The Importance Of Network
China is a place where it's easy to build relationships and everyone is looking for useful ones.
We interviewed several foreigners in China: a translator, a marketing and a sales manager, and they all kept the same point of view: don't underestimate any network you may have in the country, and don't underestimate anything until you come to China.
Did your former boss do any interesting work in China? Do your colleagues know Chinese people? Use your network to get the most out of your work.
Both of these respondents found their current jobs through people they knew, either through personal relationships, classmates, or friends of friends.Once you start thinking about living and working in China, think about who you might know in your home country who can help you.
Find Jobs Online
In China, people usually use local online job sites such as 51job or zhaopin to register and post their resumes. But the layout of Chinese websites can be a bit difficult for foreigners to navigate, and most websites are tailored to Chinese job seekers.
Easier options for expats are local expat websites and magazines, like our own job site hredchina.com
If you want to find a position before you move to China, hredchina.com is a great choice. As with all job applications, make sure your resume and cover letter are tailored to the position you are applying for.
Finding Jobs In China From Abroad
Many countries have specific links to China and corresponding websites. You can browse job advertisements on the websites of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce or the national consulates in your country.
In China, the demand for translators who work in Chinese (usually translating Chinese into their native language) is increasing. People with a good command of Mandarin (written and spoken) are twice as likely to have a job than those who have not yet mastered Chinese.
For those with a passion for communication and excellent Chinese language skills (translators generally require HSK6 or above), this is a good choice.
The pros and cons of Chinese style management
In Chinese notaries, flexibility is essential, and in Chinese companies, it means you have to adapt to different business cultures.
Chinese companies are notorious for involving red tape in many of their processes, though they have little to offer in this area.
The benefits of working in China vary: some say that working in sales and import/export brings the opportunity to travel, while others say that working in China fosters intercultural exchange and provides a sense of comfort and achievement. Everyone agrees that the work experience in China is a valuable addition to their resume.
Whether you're searching online or working on the web, finding a job in China is easy if you do your homework. Make sure that you double check the reputation of the company and that any job offer is offered to you by someone who has more experience in your field. If you follow these simple steps, everything will go well.