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What kind of jobs can a foreigner get in China?
Considering moving to China and looking for work, but don't know where to begin? As many as thousands of Chinese enterprises are actively searching for international talent, while hundreds of foreign companies are also operating in China. If you've studied at a Chinese institution, have strong language skills, and have worked abroad, you may be a good fit for this position.
Technology, Internet, social media, and e-commerce
The Chinese IT industry is flourishing, making it one of the most exciting places to work right now. Livestreaming, AI, and Big Data are just a few of the social media and technology developments reshaping the profession. China's internet and social media businesses, as well as e-commerce heavyweights like Alibaba and Tmall, are expected to become major competitors not just for local markets but also for global giants like Microsoft and Apple.
China will account for 40% of global VC investments by 2021, only behind Silicon Valley's 44%, and its enterprises are expanding beyond Asia's South and Southeast regions. When it comes to capital movements, financial experts are turning to China as an example of the phrase "follow the money."
From 2021 to 2025, China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has established strategic objectives to transform the country into a manufacturing powerhouse, which means that this industry is expected to expand at a fast pace.
Public Relations/Consultancy/Human Resources/Consumer Products
You'll be the first point of contact between customers and companies if you work in this sector. In 2018, China's PR market was worth 62.7 billion RMB, while the country's $32.7 billion USD Management Consulting industry was valued at the same time. As a result of the Covid-19 epidemic, China Daily reports that retail sales of consumer products in the first half of 2021 totaled 21.19 trillion yuan ($3.27 trillion).
Research and volunteer work in China's charity sector may teach you a lot about the nation while also allowing you to have a positive impact on society by helping to solve social issues. Researcher, program officer, resource development, and more are all possibilities.
The environmental sector, in particular, is expected to be a major emphasis in the future years as China strives to "green" its economy by making environmentally-friendly decisions. China is one of the world's "megadiverse" nations, with more than 2,000 species of terrestrial vertebrates, more than 10% of the world's total.
In China, there are many alternatives for writers and designers. Most Chinese businesses will need an editor, translator, copywriter, or marketing professional in addition to these specialized media and advertising firms. This is where having a working knowledge of Chinese will come in handy since you will be able to do research on the Chinese market and promote to Chinese consumers.
As the demand for high-quality eating and vacation experiences grows in China, so does the number of business options. Tourists in China now have access to world-class entertainment thanks to theme parks like Shanghai Disney and Universal Studios Beijing, as well as social media fads like "glamping" (or "glamorous and stylish camping").
Because of the Covid-19 epidemic, China's healthcare business has undergone fast change, with new trends including digital healthcare, the use of big data technology, a rise in middle-class expenditures, and an emphasis on improving the quality of primary care facilities. Only the United States has a larger healthcare market than China.