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    How To Look For A Job In China

    I’ve had many friends ask me how they can find a job in China. With the new year approaching, many people are on the hunt for their next big gig. For those who are thinking about working in China, here are some of the things you can do to increase your chances of getting hired.

    Make sure you are registered with the Ministry of Human Resources

    When applying for a job in China, you will need to provide a lot of information. This includes social security numbers, passport numbers, and maybe even a photo.

    So make sure you are registered with the Ministry of Human Resources. This will ensure that you are able to provide all of the information they require. This is also a good way to make sure you are not being exploited by rogue recruiters.

    Make sure you have a passport

    You will be required to have a passport when you apply for a job, so make sure you are registered with the Ministry of Human Resources. If you don’t have a passport, you can get one through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    Make sure you are registered with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    You will also have to provide a lot of information when you apply for a job. This includes your social security number, passport number, and maybe even a photo.

    So make sure you are registered with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This will ensure that you are able to provide all of the information they require. This is also a good way to make sure you are not being exploited by rogue recruiters.

    Make sure you have a Chinese phone number

    When you are applying for a job, you will be required to provide a lot of information. This includes your social security number, passport number, and maybe even a photo.

    So make sure you are registered with the Ministry of Human Resources. This will ensure that you are able to provide all of the information they require. This is also a good way to make sure you are not being exploited by rogue recruiters.

    Job applications in China

    First, you have to submit your application, which is your application for the position

    A letter stating why you are qualified for the job you’re interested in. Note that long cover letters are not very common in China, but you should at least explain why you’re applying for the job.

    It's not uncommon for people in China to write over two pages in their cover letters. There are no formal guidelines for how long a cover letter should be, but your CV should at least include some personal information, work experience, education, skills and accomplishments and career objectives.

    Note that the Chinese have a rather modest style of presenting themselves, so any bragging in your CV could quickly lead to a bad impression. Stick to the facts and let these speak for themselves.

    Copies of your diplomas and other degrees. Including that, education is very important to Chinese employers, you should attach as many degrees as you have to your application.

    If your application for a company or institution was successful, a phone interview would be the next step to determine if you are the right person for the company or institution. If you’re applying to a major corporation you will probably also have to go through a series of in-person job interviews. Ask to see the company's documentation, including an employee profile, job description, and any other materials that you could use to determine if you would be a good fit.

    A word of advice: Before you interview, put yourself in the position of the hiring company, and ask yourself: If they are not willing to hire you and a Chinese person who is experienced, already knows the Chinese environment and probably earns a fraction of the salary that you might command, then it is clear that they are looking for someone else with a job offer

    If you’re applying at an international company, why would they not send an internal employee that knows the company and the business already to China for a ten-day trip? The questions that follow will help you understand your real market value and identify the companies that could have a reason to hire you.