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China: Jobs Overseas and International Jobs

Jobs in China: Below you will find information and expatriate resources to help you find jobs overseas, international jobs and information about working overseas.

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GlobalTrade.net

Globaltrade.net is a knowledge resource for international trade professionals and an International Database of service providers for your worldwide operations.

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Hays Executive

Hays Executive specializes in recruiting individuals for sector-specific international executive assignments.

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iHipo International Jobs & Internships

iHipo is a social network that connects students and young professionals with international employers.

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Michael Page Offshore

Michael Page Offshore recruits for offshore finance companies based in Jersey, Guernsey, the Isle of Man, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and the wider Caribbean region, Gibraltar, Cyprus and Malta.

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Monster.com

Looking for a job? Post your resume on one of the world's largest career sites.

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TEFL Course with i-to-i

Are you looking for a way to boost your income and learn some new skills while living in an overseas country - then why not consider teaching English! An i-to-i TEFL courses will qualify you to teach some of the 100,000s of people who want to improve their English - with the help of native English speakers just like you.

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