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[quote=APAULT ,33142]First do a search on sites that have job offers... but well organised one is Angelina's cafe www.anesl.com . Another is Dave's cafe, sorry dont know the URL.With yr qualifications yr salary should be a minimum of 4000 RMB per month, plus accommodation, utilities, plus 10,000 RMB airfare and 2000 RMB travel allowance.... but in the mainstream sector note that pay is halved in the spring break when u dont work. (The private language centres need you to work the holidays.)In fact you should be able to earn more than that if you look around and try to bargain a bit based on your skills. Remember there is a shortage of teachers. Watch out for lies from agents...the pictures and stories are often not genuine. The money enables you to live well here (except for not having a car) but is pretty worthless to take home. Salaries in Shanghai and Guangzhou area are higher, but so is the cost of living.I recommend a mainstream school or college (including the private ones) rather than a language centre unless you find a good one with recommendations from other teachers.Hopefully that will get you under way..[/quote]
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