Our New Guide Book: "Work in China"

Posted by Daniel Ratheiser • Saturday, January 21. 2012 • Category: Global Career

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China has captivated the minds of people around the world for thousands of years. In recent decades, China has been widely acknowledged as a global powerhouse, from cultural exports to business prowess, from the fine arts to technology. Chinese organisations have long understood the value of foreign employees for enhancing the effectiveness of their work. With an increasing number of multinationals relocating to China, as well as successful and expanding domestic companies, opportunities for work abound. China's recent economic success and high potential for future growth make this an exciting time to become involved in this booming market.


After the success of our guide book series for India ("Internships in India", "Volunteer in India", "Work in India", and "Study in India"), we now publish the first of a series of four guide books for China to help students, graduates, and professionals realise their international ambitions and make their life easier. All our guide books will be regularly updated to keep up with the rapidly changing Chinese environment.

We make this guide book available to you for your free individual, non-commercial usage. Just download it from http://www.knowledge-must.com/en/resources/our_guide_books.html.

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