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China industry spotlight: Law/Legal

China industry spotlight: Law/Legal - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

China industry spotlight: Law/Legal

With the proliferation of TV shows about legal firms and lawyers these days, you are probably already very familiar with what it’s like to work in this industry (although real life may not be quite as dramatic). There are several sectors to focus on within the law industry. Criminal law or defense attorneys deal with those who have broken some law. Government counsels argue cases on behalf of the government. Corporate counsels work on behalf of large companies and can focus on a myriad of issues ranging from taxes to dealing with unions. Legal aid lawyers work in a non-profit setting on behalf of disadvantaged people who typically cannot afford to pay for legal services. Environmental lawyers may represent both sides of the equation: waste disposal companies or environment protection groups. Tax lawyers can assist in helping people pay the least amount of taxes or simply become knowledgeable about all the various tax rules that apply to them. Intellectual property lawyers protect stuff you create! Family lawyers can help with divorce, child custody or adoption.

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China industry spotlight: Mechanical Engineering

China industry spotlight: Mechanical Engineering - 4.0 out of 5 based on 2 votes

China industry spotlight: Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering covers the widest number of jobs within the field of engineering. In this industry, you can be involved in all aspects of the engineering process including designing, building, and testing a variety of, well, anything mankind makes that moves. Mechanical engineers are often at the forefront of the latest developments. Several fast growing industries such as alternative energy, remanufacturing, and nanotechnology are all searching for experienced engineers. Getting a mechanical engineering internship in China is the perfect way to see if this profession is a good fit for you. Many companies actually prefer to hire temporary engineers in order to keep costs down so trying out one or more internships in mechanical engineering can help you understand how to do the job in different environments which will be useful later on in your life.

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China industry spotlight: Hospitality

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

China industry spotlight: Hospitality

China’s hospitality industry is undoubtedly huge. Not only does China need to accommodate and cater to all of their own people, Chinais also the third most visited country in the world. China’s economy continues to grow and with this growth, China’s standard of living also improves. What this means is that more and more Chinese people have more and more disposable income that they can spend on non-essentials such as traveling, staying at more hotels, eating at more restaurants, etc. They have more money to spend on leisure activities such as taking a cruise, going to theme parks, and a whole host of other forms of entertainment. China’s hospitality industry is going to continue to grow very quickly in the near future and now is the time to become an expert in hospitality.

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China industry spotlight: Healthcare

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

China industry spotlight: Healthcare Experienced medical staff are needed everywhere in the world and China is no different. China’s healthcare industry has come a long way in the past few years but still has a way to go in terms of catching up to the advanced medical techniques and equipment that are prevalent in the West.  As China’s economy improves more and more people are able to take care of their health properly.

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China industry spotlight: Pharmaceutical

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

China industry spotlight: Pharmaceutical

The confidence that the medicine you are taking will help you and not kill you is something that every person in the world should have. However, in 2001 alone, it is reported that some 200,000 people in China died from counterfeit drugs. Having access to the right kind of drugs is a matter of life and death.

Drugs should be cheap enough and tested enough times to ensure that even the poorest person will be able to receive drugs that are safe. Everyone in the healthcare industry especially has the responsibility to heal, not harm. Learning about effective, safe medicine and how to gain access to it will help the community improve their quality of life.

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