The process of forging a real career in China is slightly different to that of the West. Finding the best jobs, interviewing and, of course, the dreaded visa process. But fear not, eChinacities is here to give you the keys to success!
We are excited to announce our first Facebook livestream (VPN needed): "Interview skills for working in China". During this 40-minute live session, we will be bringing in Senior Recruitment Consultant Dawn Huang to answer your questions and teach you how to find and forge your dream career in China.
• China’s Employment Market
• The Visa Process
• Pre and Post Interview Strategies
• Important Interview Skills
Dawn Huang has a master’s degree in Human Resource Management from the UK and more than 10 years’ experience working as professional manager with high-level publicly listed companies in the UK and in China. Her extensive knowledge and insight will prepare and equip you with the ability and confidence to start your ideal career in China.
Date: April 19, 2018
Start Time: 7pm (Beijing Time)
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