Lying on the south bank of the Yangtze River, Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu Province, is one of the most delightful destinations in China. Nanjing offers many historical sights to visit, highlighting the city’s glorious past, but there are many cosmopolitan attractions as well. Within the downtown area, there are hundreds (if not thousands) of restaurants and shops to experience. In addition, there are several museums to visit. As the center is compact, it’s very easy to explore on foot, making Nanjing a great place to live.
Now Nanjing is an important national science and education center and the number of various institutions of higher education is second only to Beijing. Peoples can easily get a leisurely stroll on the boulevards lined with lush trees near those old campuses.
This city is definitely a great place to teach English and there’s a friendly expat community that will welcome you immediately. Jobs include everything from public to private schools – so you should be able to find a job that pays well for a city with a lower cost of living.
Who will love it: Culture vultures, foodies
Attraction: All modern amenities are easily accessible and the cost of living is very low. There is a great expat community with many social events, so there’s plenty to see and do! Day and night, markets and street food abound on every corner, adding to the hustle and bustle of this wonderful metropolis.
The total salary usually includes the following
Performance / KPI / Class bonuses
Housing allowance / Free accommodation
Health / medical insurance