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China industry spotlight: Education

China industry spotlight: Education - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

China industry spotlight: Education

Education covers everything from actual teaching to administration but regardless of what exact role you have in the education industry you will playing an important role in the development of every student you come in contact with. Education is the perfect industry for those who care about developing the skills of others and for those who can communicate effectively.

China is well-known for the number of English teaching jobs that are available to native English speakers. However, many of these jobs provide little to no guidance about how to teach. Schools in China may just ask you to come up with all the materials and lesson planning on your own. Thus, if teaching in China, the ability to adapt and be creative is important.

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China industry spotlight: NGO

China industry spotlight: NGO - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

China industry spotlight: NGO

China has more than 400,000 NGOs and this number is set to grow even bigger as China focuses more and more on protecting the environment, caring for Chinese citizens and improving the standard of living for everyone in China. NGOs can encompass a wide range of weak areas such as gender, public health, poverty, education, environment and overall mental, emotional and physical well-being. NGOs are often more connected to the community than big governments are and thus are able to bring about grassroots change. It makes sense that NGOs are more suited to bring about change as they are usually focused on one specific area whereas a government has countless issues to manage. Although it sounds like an oxymoron, China actually has GONGOs, which are NGOs set up by the government. The government wants to keep some control over the NGO sector but that doesn’t mean it is stopping new NGOs from popping up.

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China industry spotlight: Agriculture

China industry spotlight: Agriculture - 5.0 out of 5 based on 2 votes

China industry spotlight: Agriculture

There’s nothing we all have more in common than the need to eat. Agriculture plays an important role in today’s society, especially as our world population continues to climb. The field of agriculture involves a wide range of jobs including new technology benefiting this industry, analyzing the environment or doing science-related work to improve agriculture around the world. Agriculture is more than just being a farmer, it is understanding the whole process of today’s food chain and what we can do to improve the quality of the earth’s soil and thus improve the quality of our food. There has been a big debate recently about the advancement of GMOs (genetically modified organisms). Many believe it is not natural to eat unnatural food, but proponents of GMOs site the many benefits that GMOs provide such as not beings susceptible to insects which allows more food to be grown.

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China industry spotlight: Chemical Engineering

China industry spotlight: Chemical Engineering - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

China industry spotlight: Chemical Engineering

Chemicals are used in almost every industry. They benefit consumer goods, construction, food, transportation, and manufacturing to name a few. The chemical industry uses raw materials such as fossil fuels, air, water, limestone, salt, and others to develop a variety of derivative products. The chemical industry spends most of their budgets in research and development of new products. The USA is a dominant player in this industry followed by several European countries. The chemical industry is sometimes categorized into four parts: heavy inorganic, fertilizers, halogens, and organic chemicals.

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China industry spotlight: Aerospace

China industry spotlight: Aerospace - 5.0 out of 5 based on 2 votes

China industry spotlight: Aerospace

The aerospace or aeronautical engineering industry is crucial to today’s society. We need to get from point A to point B as fast as possible and traveling around the globe has become commonplace for most business professionals. As more and more people have the ability to fly for leisure activities and countries become wealthier, they are able to purchase more planes for their domestic airlines. Almost every year, new airlines pop up, yet due to the high cost of maintaining planes, it is a very difficult industry to succeed in. So far, the largest airlines are the only ones able to truly utilize economies of scale enough to subsist in this industry.

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