Working in China

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    interviewOne of the greatest mistake that interviewees make while preparing for a job interview is to perceive that the interview will be a simple question-answer session. Well, it maybe, but the queries need not to be asked by the interviewer to the interviewee. The interviewer may decide to turn tables and ask ‘So do you have any questions you would like to ask?’
    Well as you undertake to prepare for your next interview, here are 10 questions that you SHOULD never ask.


  • JingJobsCSA is often asked about finding work in China after study. Our friends at JingJobs have given us the below information to help you plan for your life in China and the best way to go about finding a job here. Employers in China are generally receptive towards hiring overseas candidates, as it gives their companies an international edge when competing in a global market. However, there are still some criteria that the average jobseeker in China must fulfil.

  • Beijing

    China Study Abroad Ltd
    3610 Capital Mansions,
    6 Xinyuan Nan Road, Chaoyang
    Beijing, 100027
    Phone: (+86) 10 8468 3799 
  • London

    China Study Abroad Ltd
    154 Bishopsgate
    London EC2M 4LN
    United Kingdom
    Phone: (+44) 0207 377 84 
  • Hong Kong

    China Study Abroad Ltd
    Rm 604-7 Dominion Centre
    43-59 Queen’s Road East
    Hong Kong
    Phone: (+852) 800 968 924 


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