International marketing talents recruitment: special session
Marketing Talents - China Opportunities
Helping Chinese companies locate international talents
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Standard of Living in China
There are plenty of jobs available in China despite its reputation as one of the most overcrowded places on Earth, as numerous well-known corporations have set up shop in the area, creating a steady supply of employment for the locals.
Foreigners as well as Chinese nationals have clearly benefited from China's economic success.
The quality of life in China is not only increasing, but it is also becoming much more enjoyable thanks to the abundance of attractions and people to meet. When it comes to culture, taste, and stability, this nation is an excellent location to live or even settle down.
Variety and High-Quality Meals
Many of us are familiar with the difficulties China has had in the past due to overpopulation, particularly in terms of food shortages.
Many harmful fertilizers and chemicals were utilized in an attempt to keep a tight grip on scarce resources. However, thanks to the government's stronger food safety rules, Chinese residents may now enjoy food that is both safer and of greater quality.
In addition, the diversity of Chinese dishes is growing in popularity all over the globe. A large number of renowned chefs from throughout the globe and Asia, in particular, have relocated to China to pursue careers in the culinary industry.
To put it another way, travelers visiting Beijing will be able to sample cuisines from all over the globe while walking the streets of Beijing.
Productivity in the United States (GDP)
A new anti-poverty program has been developed by the government in an effort to reduce class disparity. As part of the effort, they have implemented a number of educational, health care and local industry programs.
In order to gauge the quality of life in a country, one of the most frequent metrics is GDP per capita. GDP, or Gross Domestic Product, is the average quantity of goods and services produced per person in a nation at constant prices.
Second position in the world's top ten GDP nations is held by China, which has a GDP of $15,543,710. (world population review).
A typical monthly pay of $1,135 is the highest in China's largest metropolis, Shanghai (The globalist, 2018). Compared to Hungary, Shanghai's median pay is greater, and it's even close to that of Czechia and Poland.
It's a Competitive Job Market
For many expats, China's status as the second-largest economy in the world is what attracts them to the country. It is expected to be at the top of the list within a few years. Focusing on becoming a global player by recruiting foreigners and harmonizing their abilities with the Chinese workforce was a key factor in China's rapid growth. It is impossible to grow a country by neglecting the global market. China was the same way.
The amount of career prospects for foreigners in China, particularly in the country's most populous cities, is almost infinite. Since 1996, the workforce has grown from 180.000 to 950.000. Most likely, the number of non-citizens will top 1 million during the next several years.