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Jump-Start Your Career ... in China

Cameron Huddleston

Exports to China have been growing -- exports of recent U.S. graduates, that is. The New York Times reports that more and more young Americans are heading to the world's most-populous nation to work -- lured by its growing economy, low cost of living and the opportunity to land a higher-level job than they could get in the states.  

Ex-pats appeal to some Chinese employers because they tend to be more innovative and can communicate with the Western world, according to the New York Times. So if you're looking for work and willing to move overseas, you might want to consider China. Kiplinger's On the Job columnist Marty Nemko recently wrote about how to find a job -- or start a business -- in China. See Casting Your Lot With China for his tips.


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