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How To Get A Job In China
China, like other countries, is full of jobs. In China, there are a plethora of channels and websites that provide job information and opportunities.
It is important to know that expatriates who work in local Chinese companies are rarely employed by local Chinese companies, and those who work in local Chinese companies are usually hired as engineers or top management in manufacturing companies. Most expats working in China are employed by international companies.
Another thing to keep in mind is that people hired from abroad usually earn more than those hired from China, so if you have friends who plan to work in China for a while, you can apply from your own country first, rather than coming to China on a tourist visa.
The more experience, the more language, and usually the higher your salary, some basic Mandarin is a must for working in China.If you're looking for a job, networking is paramount. A referral or word of mouth recommendation can speed up your job search process.Network more, get out more, meet more people, but don't be the odd man out. Really go to events in China and find Chinese friends with common interests. You never know who's who. A person that can be a hiring manager, CEO or MBA student.
High demanded Jobs In China
Teaching (mainly ESL teaching, but business and marketing courses are also taught in English.
Sales and Marketing (Media Planner and Operations Manager)
Advertising and Communications (Creative Director)
IT (project managers, web developers, programmers)
Engineers (project managers, team leaders, civil engineers)
Human resources (managers, consultants)
Health sciences (research and development role)
Banking and financial services (risk and compliance managers, anti-money-laundering managers, chief executive officers in the consumer sector)
Manufacturing and Industrial (Sales Manager, Strategic Marketing Manager)
Accounting and finance
How To Get A Job In China
i know it seems a little too simple, but LinkedIn is much better in China than in the US. There are several reasons for this: its audience is small, with 15 million users in mainland China, which seems like a lot, but considering that more than a billion people live in China, its user base is very small. It is used by international companies and seems to be international talent. Because there is less market penetration, the connection room will be more thorough and real.
Job fairs in China are booming, so just go for it. Even if it doesn't feel right for you, go for it. Have seen a lot of recruiters because if they speak anything other than English or Mandarin, there's a good chance that company will hire foreigners.
Once you have received the offer, you should do your best to negotiate the best salary package, especially the work allowance, especially in a super city like Beijing or Shanghai. Also, be aware that health insurance for expats is quite expensive and you'll have to negotiate with the company (include your insurance in your negotiations) to not regret it.
Finally I have to mention that you get a lot of cultural benefits from working in China, and as a global economy at the forefront of development, China is trying to attract aspiring people from everywhere.