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Genuine Salaries Paid To Foreign Teachers Working In China

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Genuine Salaries Paid To Foreign Teachers Working In China

Post Posted: Sat Feb 15, 2014 9:59 pm



It is not hard to be confused by all the hype of the internet ads that are spammed all over kingdom come by hundreds of agents and recruiters - and identity thieves. BEFORE you send your resume to a single new or unknown email address (no matter how irresistible the ad looks) read these three links so you know how to protect yourself against rampant employment fraud and ID theft in China (There are over 5,000 foreign teacher victims ever month):

ChinaScamBusters.com

ChinaForeignTeachersUnion.org

open.salon.com/blog/ch..._monthly_1

Know BEFORE you go, and BEFORE you sign anything, and BEFORE you send a single dollar to anyone. Good luck and have fun in China!

 

McQuaid
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