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Live, Travel & Teach English in China

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  • 12000-25000 /Month
  • 3256 people viewed this job
  • Posted on 2019/01/01
  • Young learners
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  • Paid holiday
  • Airfare bonus
Posted on 2019/01/01 100 Openings

Career China is partnering with your school, The International TEFL Academy, to help you find the best career in China that suits your particular background and experience. Please note that we are a fully licensed company in China, and as such, we only hire qualified legal (Z) working visa candidates.


The Chinese government has strict requirements as to who qualifies for a legal (Z) working visa. These include, but are not limited to:


- Age: 18-60

- English as a first language (native, fluent, or proficient)

- A Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution

- Two years of teaching experience, or a TEFL/TESOL certification or equivalent

- A valid passport with at least 18 months duration

 

If you meet all the conditions above, feel free to click on the "Apply" button in this page and apply to the job that best fits your interests. Good luck!

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Live, Travel & Teach English in China

100 Openings China, Nationalwide ¥ 12000-25000 /Month Apply For This Job Applied

Live, Travel & Teach English in China

100 Openings
China, Nationalwide ¥ 12000-25000 /Month Apply Applied
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