JOBS AND VACANCIES IN CHINA

China is a powerful economically developed country with a population of just over 1.4 billion people (2020), located in eastern Asia. It is a very colorful state with a great history and ancient culture, modern infrastructure and high rate of development. Today, employment in China does not look as extreme as it did a few decades ago. Local employers offer good conditions for skilled labor migrants.

Employment in China for foreigners in 2020 is available mainly to experienced technicians, including engineers and programmers, as well as medical professionals, senior managers, telecommunications and pharmaceutical specialists. Local educational institutions often require English language teachers. Girls can find vacancies in China for models and dancers.

Work in China

It is best to look for work in China in large cities with great economic potential – Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Tianjin, Shenzhen. Foreign job seekers should take into account cultural and mental differences of Chinese from Europeans and post-Soviet citizens. For legal employment foreigners need to find an employer in advance and apply for a special license to work. After that, a work visa (type Z) is issued at the Chinese diplomatic office in your country.

The unemployment rate in China does not exceed 4%. The rate of income tax varies from 3 to 45%. According to the Chinese Ministry of Labor and Social Security, depending on the region, the official minimum wage in China in 2020 ranges from 1,000 to 2,480 yuan per month, equivalent to 140-350 U.S. dollars. The average wage is around 8,452 yuan per month ($1,190). The highest income is recorded in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen. On average, 1,400-1,600 dollars a month.

JOB SEARCH IN CHINA

Professional social networklinkedin.com

Work in Shanghaijobsinshanghai.com

Work in Beijingjobsinbeijing.com

Recruitment agencymanpower.com.cn

English-language job search in Chinanewchinacareer.com

Popular job search sites in China

zhaopin.com

china.xpatjobs.com

chinajob.com

International resources with vacancies in China

cn.indeed.com

learn4good.com

careerjet.cn

Well-known newspapers in China (in English)

China Daily

South China Morning Post

In conclusion, given the high level of competition, in order to successfully find a job in China, foreign job seekers need to have a demanded/deficient profession, have sufficient experience and level of qualification, as well as a good command of English/Chinese.

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