I am badly need a language exchanger whose mother tongue is English and want to learn Chinese. She or he must good at English grammar. Please send a private message to me! Do not bother if you are not the one. Thx!
"I agree. If you consider the numbers he specified, the person in question really did not "pay" much to be introduced to the market. It is only about 18,000RMB, which is only about five weeks of wages at the higher rate.…"
"As I already told you, this is yesterday's news: if you're new here and don't know anybody or anything, using an agency while you're settling down can represent a good intermediary solution. By the way, 12k + bonuses is…"
"I know nothing of working in China, so I freely admit that I'm speaking through my asshole and may well be way off base.
That said, I know of several English teachers who can barely speak the language and should consider themselves lucky to get…"
"Check this out , a guy from UK: 3 years in shenzhen, master's degree, well trained, neat guy, good class control skills and good teaching methods. 12k / month + 1k in bonuses (not with the agency any more) and got hired the first 3 months for…"
"Unqualified or fresh-off-the-boat people mostly. I never knew anyone working through agencies if not for the very first weeks/months. Even unqualified people can raise more money by doing privates and such. This is yesterday's news."
"Hey, man, this was already old when I moved to China 5 years ago. As far as I know, only people still working for agencies are the ones with less opportunities to find jobs (Africans, Pakistanis, etc... ). "
u have to be really dumb to keep working for them after you read this post. Period.Look for schools that advertise their own gigs (direct employers). always confirm they're not any sort of third party companies.…See More