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    Question When is the best time to hunt or apply for a job in China?

    Hi,

    Your advice is very helpful to me I'm already in China, and my contract with my current employer ends soon. I would like to sign a contract with a university or some other schools that have a good timetable and a good salary as well. But I'm not sure when to start hunting for the job. Is it late if I start in the mid-April? What do you suggest considering your experience here in China? How could I find a good job?

    Please any advice, information related to this.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: When is the best time to hunt or apply for a job in China?

    There is no time like the present. Start looking now. if there is nothing there, then look again in a couple of weeks.

    My experience of China suggests that if you are a native-speaking graduate with a CELTA/Trinity Dip/MA, then the next job is just round the corner.

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