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With rapid development of economics in China, there are a lot of jobs in Guangzhou for foreigners. Guangzhou keeps its own urban characteristics while developing its economics. Guangzhou is a comprehensive city, which is a perfect place for living.

Guangzhou jobs

Metropolis like Guangzhou offers massive full-time and pert-time job for English speakers, full-time jobs including business professionals, teachers, creatives, and technical and engineers. Part-times include modeling, voice actors, design jobs, English editor, English translator and proof reader, online teachers. It’s important to remember that you need a full-time job to live long term legally in China. So, do check out the full time jobs in Guangzhou on HiredChina.com.

English teaching job in Guangzhou

There are different variations of teaching jobs in Guangzhou, which basically include international school teachers, training center English teachers, online English teachers and tutors. If you are teaching in training centers, the salary will vary from 1,000RMB to 25,000RMB, depending on your background and experience.

Guangzhou international school

If you are teaching in an international school in Guangzhou, the starting salaries should be at least 21,000RMB per month plus allowances; most schools provide at least medical insurance (check the level of cover), housing, shipping and flights, plus school lunches of varying quality. In 1st tire cities, you need to be a native English speaker to work as an English teacher; if not, you will not be able to obtain a Z visa, nor the work permit and residence permit.

Guangzhou food

Food in Guangzhou is famous the world over. Among four main Chinese culinary styles, Cantonese cuisine is a dominant one.

The Cantonese also have a custom of drinking tea with snacks in their leisure time or at business meetings. The tea drinking tradition can be traced back a hundred years to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). There is a variety of Cantonese dim sum, sweet or salty. The delicious Cantonese-style dim sum served with tea offers a fresh flavor in leisure time. It is estimated that there are over 1000 ways of making desserts in Guangzhou. Most locals are gourmets and love varieties. Scattered all over the city there are over 5 000 restaurants, teahouses and snack eateries, offering service around the clock.

Guangzhou foreigners

The total number of foreigners coming to Guangzhou has ranked third in major cities across the country for many years, second only to Shanghai and Beijing, and from more than 220 countries and regions in six continents.

 Nationality is dominated by developed countries, and the United States, Japan and South Korea are among the top three. According to the statistics of December 25, 2017, there are 82,714 foreigners living in the city, mainly in developed countries in Europe, America, Japan and South Korea (38,826), accounting for 46.9%. The top three are South Korea, Japan and the United States, accounting for more than a quarter of the total.