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Adapting To Working In China

  • Post by Tony
  • August 26, 2015

 One of the biggest issues to deal with when moving is finding a way to support yourself financially. In China, ‘guanxi’- or networking- is king. Having a professional LinkedIn and Facebook presence will help you build your connections online. There are some online Chinese employment search engines such as,, and which have English versions available. However, it is still recommended to get your resume translated to simplified Chinese and submit both language versions.Like in the Western world, most job opportunities are not posted anywhere. And nothing beats face to face interactions. So if you are serious about finding a job the best way to procure the job you want is by maki

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