Escape ESL Hell: Stop Teaching and Land the Job You Want in China (In Ten Steps)

Internship, Job and Lifestyle Resources for Shanghai, China & Beyond 2014-07-22

Summary:

 

Recent graduates who speak English at a native or near-native level and come to China find that there is one type of job that they can find in abundance: teaching English.

It's easy to find jobs, the workplace is usually pretty relaxed, the hours aren't long, and the pay is good.

What's not to like? 

Link:

http://www.smartinternchina.com/resources/internship-resources/105-how-to-stop-teaching-english-and-get-the-job-that-you-want

From feeds:

Millenial Expat Life in China- A resource for ambitious millenials building careers in the Middle Kingdom » Internship, Job and Lifestyle Resources for Shanghai, China & Beyond

Tags:

china advice

Authors:

brandon.david.king@gmail.com (Super User)

Added:

07/03/2014, 06:52