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Next level: teaching in China

With 1.357 billion people in 2013, China represents almost 20% of the world’s population. Of these 1.357 citizens, there is a significant need for education. China’s state school system offers nine years of compulsory education. Additionally, the Chinese government has placed a high priority on developing education. The education system in China includes pre-schools, primary […]

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life in China
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Life in China for a Chinese CEO

The top dog CEO is the acronym for Chief Executive Officer, the title of the top dog in a company. The CEO may have a boss or bosses above them, or they may be the owner of the company or one of the partners. Life in China is soaring to heights that have never been […]

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China Employment law
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China employment law – You must know

In China employment law is as important as it is in any other country. Every society has laws that encourage business growth, the passage of employees and the smooth running of the economy. There are laws related to employment such as: wage regulation, labor disputes, social insurance, negotiation procedures, safety in the workplace, contracts, compensation, […]

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work attire
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Work attire in China, strut your stuff

Different countries have different dress styles and work attire, but the same point is that you should wear suitable outfit. On separate occasions, people wear different clothes, depending on the event and weather.  These events can be specified and include a wedding, party, church, holiday, office, recreation and much more. However, still, some people desire […]

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internships in China
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The top internships in China for young professionals

Calling all graduates Two out of five graduates in western countries are still looking for work six months after graduating. In a highly competitive job market, it is essential for graduates to have that something extra on their CV to distinguish them from the crowd. Most jobs that graduates are applying for ask for experience […]

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english teaching jobs in china
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The best way to find English teaching jobs in China

A unique case Finding English teaching jobs in China is Chinese in nature. You do it their way or not at all. It isn’t wise to use some methods you might have adopted in other countries because China is not like other countries. In most non-English speaking countries, the best way to find an English […]

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employee performance
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New ideas that can boost employee performance

For many businesses and organizations, employee performance in the workplace ranks among the top factors responsible for their success or failure. Important methods to boost employee performance Essentially, employees are the people whom you as the client of any business interact with on a day-to-day basis even more often than the managerial level personnel, shareholders […]

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career coach
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Career Coaching Opportunities in China

China has been a land of ascension for quite some time now. Across all metrics, the nation of China has been on an upward trajectory. As a professional trainer, you can leverage this to your advantage by setting up shop in China. Yes, think about being a career coach in China! The opportunities do exist […]

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making mistakes at work
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Making mistakes at work can become a habit

The impact of making mistakes at work Mistakes happen from time to time, but it is a bad thing when making mistakes at work becomes a habit. You may send an email to the wrong person, forget to make a client follow up call or send out incorrect information. Making small mistakes is excusable, but […]

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how to ace a phone interview
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How to ace a phone interview – 8 steps

Do you want to know how to ace a phone interview? It’s a fact: phone interviews are on the rise because they are cheap, and an easy way for people to screen candidates efficiently. It takes more time and money – especially for out-of-towners – to interview candidates in person. This means more and more […]

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