An english teacher can make twice that in a month and you demand only native speakers.
Dear all native english speakers:
if 7000rmb is after tax,then just average salary for native chinese(in beijing)...Alex is right.
Just to be clear, Im not saying "foreigners" should get paid more than local people, I am saying that people who speak native English could simply teach English and get paid twice this in one month.
And, in support of Tara's comment, how on EARTH this role could be termed as "consultant" is ridiculous. According to the job description, this role has been either incorrectly or dishonestly named (I would guess at the latter).
People just dont fall for this kind of bullshit anymore...not people worth employing anyway.
i didn't mean that "foreigners" should get paid more than local people either. but in china,most imported products are more expensive , cos their costs are higher.
Indeed. Also worth considering is that foreigners lack a local support network and connections, typically meaning that almost everything imaginable costs the individual more.
I think they overstate their requirements and will settle for a non-native English speaker, just like most teaching gigs.
Guys think out of the box.
This ad is for students.
Lets all slowclap for douche here!
even though i support all the arguments against this ad...
and yet you still post this douchery.
But fools are always to be found.
I just found one.
It would be good experience for him/her and extra cash, at least to cover his/her apartment rent with self-earned money, not parents. If i were one, i'd consider it, although i would ask for more meal subsidies + 300 for cigarettes and beer. It's even greater opportunity for students who are studying retail, cuz internships are usually cheaper or even free. So they can consider it as internship.
FFS STFU and stop giving tacit support to this, you total, total douche.
@Qwertryt ,thats my own data, maybe im wrong. but i think the official data is more irresponsible.