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Getin2China: Think Global. Work Global.

8,128 Professional placements with international companies where made through «Back Door» internships in China in 2012.

Get your foot in the door! Employment Opportunities in Beijing and Shanghai.

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  • 1. Toronto - Beijing - Los Angeles - London - New York - ShanghaiGlobal CareersBegin in
  • 2. The world’s second bestkept secret...By 2015, 15% of all new MNC jobs willbe recruited through China. Why?Read this article.www.Getin2China.com
  • 3. 8, 128 Professional placements withinternational companies where madethrough «Back Door» internships in Chinain 2012According to the International Chamber of Commerce, this outsourcehiring trend from the west will double over the next three years. Why?Fortune 500 Companies and MNCs who recruit from China save roughly30% in salary and benefit costs as well as taxes.Over 20% of those who intern in China obtain jobs that are almostimpossible to find in your homeland with starting salaries than averageover $37,000 per year.Career development of professionals who can show China experience ontheir resumes are substantially
  • 4. Placement Offers Guaranteed Within 45Days Of Approval By The HR Review Team& Interview (if selected)All of our candidates go through our three-step qualification processthat takes between 5-20 days based on skill set, academics, andother «social value» considerations of the applicant. One to threeinterviews may be required. Age is seldom a problem if you are underage 50. Candidates with the greatest flexibility, language skills, andenthusiasm are given extra consideration. Selections are not basedonly on academic
  • 5. Get n2China has been featured regularly in Chinas news media for oursuccess in bringing new foreign talent to China.iMedia Coverage a sampling of what they have to say about us, visit this link
  • 6. Interns and employees needed in thefollowing industries...•••••••••••AgricultureArchitectureBio-MedicalBroadcastingChemical & PlasticsEducationEngineeringFinanceGreen EnergyHospitalityAccounting Human ResourcesIT & SEOJournalismLandscapingLegal ServicesManagementManufacturingMarketingMedia RelationsMedicine•••••••••••LogisticsMedia RelationsNGONursingPublic AdminPublic RelationsPublishingRecyclingSports Mgmt.TelecomTransportation••••••••••
  • 7. What can the China experience do for youand your career?Working in China, even as an intern gives you a huge advantage in theinternational job market where almost every company is trying to grab a slice ofthe China pie. They cannot possibly do it without competent employees whounderstand the Chinese culture and way of doing business. Your experience andlocal China contacts become quite valuable to employers – anywhere in the world.Even more so if you take the time to learn a little Chinese!
  • 8. Since 2009, we have helped over 3,000 foreign students and professionals enjoythe China experience through intern, volunteer and employment placement. Overthis time our clients have given us a 94% approval rating – which is the highestrating in China by a wide
  • 9. What we provide our clients...•••••••••Airport Pick-UpAccommodationsCross-Cultural CommunicationsSocial Networking & Sight SeeingInterview Training – Chinese Style!Guaranteed Internship Offers Within 45 DaysBasic or Advanced Chinese Language TrainingResume Reviews & Recommendations To Employer NetworkIntroduction to 500 Chinese University Students &
  • 10. The China Pavilion in Shanghai
  • 11. Look what youare missing!
  • 12. Look what youare missing!
  • 13. Yes, its true, only 20% of our internships result in immediate joboffers, but if you learn some Chinese while in China, you double yourchances of being hired back in your homeland and here in China. Andnobody returns home without some great memories and animpressive addition on their resume!Make both money and friends, as well asgreat memories in China while alsoacceleration your professional careerdevelopment!
  • 14. Beijing CCTV tower
  • 15. As you can see below, our clients hire adiverse group of interns every year...IT & SEO - 8%Engineering - 3%Education - 5%Finance - 6%HR - 4%Logistics - 5%Intl. Trade - 9%Marketing -11%Agriculture - 2%Medical Services -5%Sciences - 7%Accounting -10%Management - 12%Banking - 9%Other -
  • 16. Yunnan province
  • 17. What sort of company hires internsin China?Heres a small sampling…
  • 18. Welcome to visit our Beijing HQ
  • 19. Q&AQ:Q:Q:Q:Q:Q:How do I know if I qualify for the programs?After your second interview you will be contacted if you pass the screeningprocess. If you do not hear back from us, you can assume you did not getapproved.How many people actually get approved?Roughly 35% of applicants make it through our screening process.What if I get turned down on my visa application?If you were truthful on your visa application we will provide a 100% refundwithin 30 days of receiving your denial letter and a copy of your visa application.What happens when my internship ends?You either get hired, find another position in China, or return home with animpressive resume in your hand that includes international China experience.Will I be safe in China?Chinas crime rate is one-tenth that of America and the UK and less than one-fifteenth. Pickpockets and dishonest street vendors will be your only real concern.Can my boyfriend come along with me to sight see?No problem if your accommodations package
  • 20. Q:Q:Will someone help me around after I arrive in China?Absolutely. Our customer service team will help you settle in and handle anyproblems you might encounter. Relax, China is a very friendly place for foreigners.How long has your company been in business?We have been a corporate registrar in China since 2009. Our experience is thelongest in this new industry.A:A:Q&ANew York: 917.503.9747Beijing: 86.010.5288.9011London: 44.023.608.7372Shanghai: 86.021.6054.2444Toronto: 1.888.789.9596Los Angeles: 213.559.7277info@getin2china.comDo you have more questions?
  • 21. China is very tough on crime!
  • 22. - James D. PaytonCareer Counselor«Anyone can find a job. Finding an internationalcareer is the challenge of a lifetime.With our shrinking world growing morecompetitive with each passing day, timinghas become more important than ever.Those who seize the tactical advantagein their job search shall prevail overthose who cant manage to thinkoutside the box.»
  • 23. Think Global… Work Global!
  • 24. As you can see below, our clients are always welcomedon their arrival to Beijing!New InternJust kidding! This is the famousTemple of Heaven in Beijingduring Spring Festival
  • 25. Our multi-linguel team is here to help you24/7 in English, Chinese, Russian, Italian,Spanish, Finnish and
  • 26. Steve JobsDoes your future await you in China?«Its impossible to thinkoutside of the box if youkeep yourself inside of one.»
  • 27. Chinas HR is theat presentfastest growing industryin the worldof all new jobs are nowcreated in Chinaof all world commercenow originates in
  • 28. We invite you to take yours today. Call us at your earliest opportunities aswe hold no positions more than 72 hours without deposits.Confucius«Even a journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step.»New York: 917.503.9747Beijing: 86.010.5288.9011London: 44.023.608.7372Shanghai: 86.021.6054.2444Toronto: 1.888.789.9596Los Angeles: