The Chinese government has made travel and working in China far easier than it used to be.
With credentials and professional experience in manufacturing, engineering, pharmaceuticals, environmental technology, ICT, finance, production, or product and quality management, you possess valuable “hard skills” for working in China. Some highly-qualified expatriates may be offered a job in a Chinese company, for instance in the high-tech sector.
Chinese language skills will always give you a certain competitive edge for working in China.
Living in China can be an overwhelming experience for expatriates. Mega-cities with millions of inhabitants, the high population density and urban crowds may need getting used to.
Being the fourth biggest nation in geographical terms, possessing the most inhabitants, the world's export leader are impressive enough, however you will also be exposed to some of the most interesting mixture of regional diversity.
You can view the latest career opportunities and jobs available in China on Careers.Global below.