Hey, my name is David. I am the Webmaster and Optimizer of Work and Live in China website. I also work as a blog writer since I used to teach English in China for 3 years. I’d been studying in China for 5 years. I’d been working as a coach at an English training center in Shanghai for almost 4 years. It got really boring as a daily routine. Then I stumbled upon a job offer at an international company “Work and Live in China”. Without any hesitation, I sent them a resume and got this job. It was absolutely new to me. I find a real opportunity to improve myself here. I’m fluent in Chinese, English, and Spanish. I have a passion for running and reading books.
Teaching English in China is not only about high language skills and professionalism, but also about appearance. Being quite a conservative country, China pays a lot of attention to how people look, especially the ones working in the education sphere. If you decided to work in the country, you definitely want to look through some
There’s no need to mention that the English language is in demand all over the world nowadays, and China isn’t an exception. With numbers of English courses emerging all over the country, school HRs constantly look for suitable candidates for ESL teaching positions. But even with high competition, you have a chance to go and
Needless to say that China is one of the most popular countries for tourists to visit. The country boasts a rich culture and history. Unlike western countries, it has another philosophy and lifestyle, let alone cuisine and holiday traditions. Coming to China once, you’ll understand the spirit of Asian people and will definitely learn something
Once you start thinking about teaching in China, you want to find out what candidates get the best teaching jobs in the country. To learn this, you need to be aware of the requirements to teach English in China. While education, age, international certificates, and citizenship are among the most important criteria, there are more
Although providing a self-introduction video isn’t a necessary condition when applying for a teaching job in China, it might be a beneficial addition to your CV. What can an employer learn about you from your CV? Some standard information – date of birth, education, qualifications, skills, working experience, and maybe hobbies. Of course, this data
Once you decide to start your career in China, you’re going to prepare for this activity thoroughly. First of all, you have to decide on the sphere you want to work in. Secondly, it’s important to choose the city and the company/school where you want to carry out your working activity. You also need to