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Ever Think of Working in China?

September 21, 2009
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Help Wanted!While you’re preparing for the job you want, coming to the Career Center, using our resources, networking as fast as you can, other college grads are having a hard time in the US. So they are looking to China for opportunities. In this piece by Bonnie Cao, you get a sense of the types of opportunities there are for Chinese and non-Chinese speakers. China’s economy is growing, thanks to their own stimulus package, and regulations on international workers are less restrictive than places like European Union countries or Russia. There’s a big demand for English teachers, but other fields like computers and finance are hiring, as well.

Interested? AU Abroad has 5 China programs. See John Charles about international internships. Check out TESOL’s MA or certificate in teaching English to speakers of other languages. Take Chinese. How about a Fulbright? Network with AU alumni through inCircle and LinkedIn. Lots of options!

Photo by Jeremy 白杰瑞

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