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China industry spotlight: Electrical Engineering

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

China industry spotlight: Electrical Engineering

The field of Electrical Engineering requires experience in order to truly be able to say you are an electrical engineer. Practical experience beats book smarts any day. In this industry, you will be involved in all things electrical, from radar systems to portable music players. Just think, you might create something cooler than an ipod! The more innovative technology becomes, the more in demand electrical engineers will be. Getting a electrical engineering internship is the perfect way to see if this profession is a good fit for you.

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China industry spotlight: Private Equity

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

China industry spotlight: Private Equity

Private equity companies invest assets with the purpose of getting a good return on investment (ROI). The ROI is generated by repaying debt, improving operations, or having better cash management. After the company that was invested in starts performing better, the private equity companies will get their ROI after the company does a merger/acquisition or IPO. Some private equity firms are very focused and choose to develop their skills in just one activity such as helping companies with operational transformation within one or two industries such as energy or retail. With a job at a company focusing on private equity, you can choose a variety of divisions to work within: asset management, finance, accounting, investment banking, investment research, private equity, sales and trading, technology, transaction services.

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China industry spotlight: Environmental Studies/Ecology

China industry spotlight: Environmental Studies/Ecology - 5.0 out of 5 based on 3 votes

China industry spotlight: Environmental Studies/Ecology

If you are interested in solving extremely complex problems, then environmental studies is the right area for you. The industry of environmental science and ecology deals with the areas of economics, law, politics, policy, ethics, pollution control, resource management and environmental sociology to name a few. Within this industry you can do a variety of tasks ranging from marketing to research to project management to getting your hands dirty planting gardens!

Chinese companies are looking for smart people to help them better understand international best practices in their goal to become more green. As an intern in China, you’ll be able to not only learn a lot about the environment but also assist the company with knowledge about global standards and achievements.

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China industry spotlight: International Business

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

China industry spotlight: International Business

Experience speaks for itself. To truly be a top business leader in today’s world, experience in a wide range of cultures, environments and company types is essential. Doing business abroad is a great way to get that type of essential experience. To do an internship in international business, one needs to have identified their specific industry within their country of choice. The next step is to learn everything you can about that industry and that country. Knowledge is power.

China is a great place to do an internship as there are ample opportunities in all types of Chinese businesses. As an emerging country, China’s economy continues to grow faster than any developed country which means there is a much better chance of finding a job in China than anywhere else! More and more Chinese companies are looking to expand their operations overseas and gain some global clients. Thus, they need insight from people who have been abroad and understand those global markets.

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China industry spotlight: Civil Engineering

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

China industry spotlight: Civil Engineering

There are various types of civil engineers. The three major types are geotechnical, structural and transportation. Geotechnical engineers focus on having strong foundations. They look at how is this building or structure going to work with the ground in this area. What shape will work best, which materials, etc. Structural engineers work on things such as bridges or dams and are most concerned with making sure the structure is strong and lasts for a long time. Transportation engineers deal with everything from highways to airports. Unlike electrical and mechanical engineers, the majority of civil engineers work full-time, not on a contract basis. A civil engineer must also have a license to work professionally. But before you become a professional, you first have to get your foot in the door! Getting a civil engineering internship in China is a great way to see if this profession is a good fit for you skills.

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