However, I encourage you to give the following sites a try as you never know what you may discover or what connections you may make from a simple email or application. You can expect a 0.5 to 1.0% response rate from people who receive your application/CV.
There is no need to explain what the website is about.
It has an ugly interface and is a busy job search site. There are prettier job postings, however.
Portal for searching for jobs in China. I don’t understand why there are so many banners, guys. There’s too much fluff on their home page. I wish they could simplify it.
Including Chinese and other Asian countries in its job search portal.
Career Jet is probably familiar to you.
A sister site to Indeed.com, the giant U.S. job search engine.
Search for jobs in China using this English language search engine.
The majority of jobs at Learn 4 Good are teaching jobs, but they also have other job opportunities.
Not the most beautiful interface, but who needs a pretty website when you have so many English teaching job options to choose from.
There are also a lot of teaching jobs abroad posted here, but the interface is a bit overcrowded.
A lot of great job opportunities are compiled by Dave around the globe.
Interface that is simple. It is very helpful to search for teaching jobs using this search engine.
Teacher job aggregator with a lot of listings.
Recruits ESL teachers from around the world.
These guys are worth checking out. This program is owned by someone I know.
The job market in China for foreigners is well described in an article on CNN.
Find a job in China with the help of Just Landed.
Expats considering becoming expatriates in China can find a comprehensive list at Transitions Abroad.
I’ve used this website in the past to locate international executive jobs. A high-end job seeker is the target audience for this website.
Searching on the internet for finance jobs is my favorite. They were very useful to me when I was on Wall Street.
It is often the case that the postings on this site overlap with those on other sites. Although this site has been around for some time, it may not be as current as it once was.
There’s always been something special about GoAbroad for me. I have linked to the global embassies directory on my website’s visa information section. Besides having a job portal, they also have a career center.
Additionally, this huge professional network is a great way to build contacts in the fields you are interested in.