Ever Think of Working in China?

Help Wanted!While you’re preparing for the job you want, coming to the Career Center, using our resources, networking as fast as you can, other college grads are having a hard time in the US. So they are looking to China for opportunities. In this piece by Bonnie Cao, you get a sense of the types of opportunities there are for Chinese and non-Chinese speakers. China’s economy is growing, thanks to their own stimulus package, and regulations on international workers are less restrictive than places like European Union countries or Russia. There’s a big demand for English teachers, but other fields like computers and finance are hiring, as well.

Interested? AU Abroad has 5 China programs. See John Charles about international internships. Check out TESOL’s MA or certificate in teaching English to speakers of other languages. Take Chinese. How about a Fulbright? Network with AU alumni through inCircle and LinkedIn. Lots of options!

Photo by Jeremy 白杰瑞