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    hey all im just wanting to find out the best way to get a job is.

    im from Australia, 23 years old speak native English etc.

    where is best to start!


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    I'd start by making sure you learn something useful.


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    i have a degree in game design and doing graphic design


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    Did you check jobsdb.com for game designers and graphic designer openings?


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    There's loads of English teacher jobs available and they don't always want to see teaching qualifications from native speakers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Furey:
    There's loads of English teacher jobs available and they don't always want to see teaching qualifications from native speakers.
    And you know this because you have worked for them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisanderson:
    hey all im just wanting to find out the best way to get a job is.

    im from Australia, 23 years old speak native English etc.

    where is best to start!
    come here on a working holiday, then find a job, be good at it, then secure a proper visa after that

    http://www.immd.gov.hk/en/services/h...nce-notes.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Furey:
    There's loads of English teacher jobs available and they don't always want to see teaching qualifications from native speakers.
    The kind of companies offering teaching jobs that don't want to see qualifications are the kind of companies who aren't going to sponsor a visa, who will expect you to work illegally and will pay far less than the average salary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by usehername:
    The kind of companies offering teaching jobs that don't want to see qualifications are the kind of companies who aren't going to sponsor a visa, who will expect you to work illegally and will pay far less than the average salary.
    Sounds like he is already. Other thread he's renting A place on a visitors visa
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisanderson:
    im from Australia, 23 years old
    A Working Holiday Visa is a good place to start.

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