Discussion » Ask a Foreigner » monthly pay (Foreigner but live in B.J)

  • KIANU.Lee
    KIANU.Lee wrote:
    <p>hi ~ this is KIANU&nbsp; from korea..</p> <p>i ve been in b ,j 1 / harfen yrs</p> <p>i&nbsp;wanna know about .uguys &nbsp;salary..</p> <p>simply...i dont want any kind of arguement..</p> <p>for me..near 30000~55000(different month)&nbsp;rmb.. but once a week day off...-_-;;;;</p> <p>12h/day work.. =q=</p> <p>thats it..~00~</p>
  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    I think that's about on par with what other foreigners are making. I've heard between 12,000 and 25,000 per month for a 40 hour week. Higher than that is either a rep of a foreign company or a local with some connections.

  • Martin Svean
    Martin Svean wrote:

    12-20 if you work about 25 hours a week is about the norm. i work less so i dont give  a rat's ass about money

  • 雪地
    雪地 wrote:

    ohh fuck, i am a forigner but i not even get a sixth of that ... maybe i do something wrong ^^ anyway, who cares about money, ohh yeah i am in china, i forgort :-P

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Lee, Xuedi's insinuation that money is the most important thing to the chinese and others within China is not only streotyping... but also highly fucking accurate. What the fuck was in your little red envelope this CNY? Christmas presents?

  • Simon Frederic

    Teacher 8k-25k in average

    Company 8-15k

    Entrepreneur 30k and up

    Models 12k and up

    Male escorts 20k and up

    Interns 3-6k

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Who the fuck pays ducks 20K a year? Fuck me sideways with a rake. I'm in the wrong business.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    *month, not year.

  • Tina
    Tina's猫 wrote:

    recently got to know some highly-paid foreingers,a girl,who is paid 35k every month,and it's dollors ,so jealousssss

    it's just that,there are so many different field with particular work out there we can't even imagine

  • Tina
    Tina's猫 wrote:

    good good work day day up everybody @_@

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