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Taichung County/Hualian

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Taichung County/Hualian

Postby wayne1523 » 11 Jan 2012, 23:29

I'm thinking about making my main job hunt attack on Taichung County (if not city) and Hualian.

Would there be more job opportunities in Taichung County since most teachers go for the jobs in the city (I'd still try for the city first)? What about the scene in Hualian? Would there be a good amount of jobs there because it's relatively remote, or no because the population is less?
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Re: Taichung County/Hualian

Postby Okami » 12 Jan 2012, 00:04

Taichung city/county would be best for jobs since it has loads of people and money.

Hualian is crap fro jobs since it has few people, not much money and the bosses pay crap knowing foreigners want to live there.

YMMV, best of luck
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