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Why work in China?

Besides the attraction of working in one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, many expatriates are also drawn to China because of a personal desire to experience a completely different culture. Be aware, however, that these cultural differences may also add a high level of stress to your work situation and not everyone can cope with working in a cross-cultural environment. The expat “failure rate” for China has been reported to be as high as 70 percent, with many expatriates returning home before their contract expires.

That said, working in China is a huge positive regarding your CV. It demonstrates your willingness to work in a new culture and experience a different market. As China’s importance in the world economy increases, time spent there is a sound investment for the future – at least if you succeed.

Job opportunities for foreigners in China

Thanks to the economic growth, the opportunities for foreigners wanting to work in China have increased considerably in the last few years.

Teaching English is one of the main job areas for foreigners in China, but there is also a growing demand for expatriate workers with skills in sales, engineering and management amongst others. Most of these jobs are offered by foreign-invested enterprises, but there is also a growing number of Chinese companies hiring expatriates, even among the State-owned companies. Some of the most interesting job prospects are in the following fields: Engineering,IT, Accounting and finance, Sales and marketing jobs.
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Beijing International Schools and Kindergartens

This free listing of International Schools in Beijing is provided as a service and is not
necessarily an endorsement of any one particular school. Please note that the
descriptions have been provided by the schools. We recommend that you do your
homework and visit a number of these seats of academic excellence prior to making your choice. We can organise the transportation and an itinerary for you. Please feel free to
follow the links directly to some of the international schools in Beijing. The listing is in alphabetical order.

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 November 2010 12:32
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Registering a Representative

              
There are three main recognized forms of business organizations in China open to foreign companies:-
Joint Venture (JV)
Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprise (WFOE)
Representative Office (Rep. Office)

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 November 2009 07:59
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Application for Residence Permit by Foreign Journalists
Foreign journalists working in Beijing should hold Visa "J-1 "(journalist) to enter China and apply for, within 30 days of entry, residence permit to the Division of Exit-Entry Administration of Beijing Public Security Bureau. The residence permit shall be valid for no more than 1 year within the validity period of the passport.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2008 10:40
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Employment in Beijing

Procedure for Employment in Beijing

Employment of foreigners in Beijing refers to the act of those who have not obtained the right of permanent residenc, work and receive remunerations for their work in accordance with law within the Chinese territory.

Those foreigners who have not obtained residence permits (holders of F, L, C and G visas), and those who are studying or having a internship in China, and dependents of foreigners holding a working visa should
 not have illegal employment in China. In special circumstances, the foreigner who is to be employed should have his visa status changed with the public security bureau by his
employer and apply for Foreigners' Employment Permit and Residence Permit before employment.

Last Updated on Monday, 09 February 2009 09:35
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