你知道Careers Service官网有很多帮助中国留学生回国找工作的资源么？如果不知道的话， 让我们一起去看看里面都包含一些什么吧
为了找到相关的页面, 首先, 你需要登陆到Careers的官网，然后，点击 International students，点击进去，你就可以找到很多关于国际学生找工作的有用资源。这个页面可以带 你进入到International Students的页面，然后你点击Returning Home。在页面的右侧，有 Focus on China的信息，这个是专门针对中国留学生的。点击那个链接，你就可以找到你需 要的页面啦！
. 这个页面包含了很多有用的资源比如一些链接和社交资源。例如，在Researching部分，你 可以找到一些有用的指导书籍， 里面介绍了中国就业情形和提供了一些找工作的建议，所 以，在申请工作之前，你需要做一些这方面的研究工作，帮助你更好的找到工作
除此之外，有一些找工作的网站链接也是很有用的。你们应该都很熟悉一些网站比如 http://www.zhaopin.com 和www.51job.com 这些网站上面包含了很多招聘信息，所以你可以去这 些网站找到你需要的信息。除此之外，你可能会认为在英国读书和在国内的大学读书相比 较而言，缺乏了一些社交资源，而这些社交资源恰好在你找工作的时候是十分重要的。 在 中国，大公司一般都有正规的录取流程，但是一些中小企业主要通过社交渠道去招聘人才 但是，你不需要担心你会缺少类似的社交资源，因为即使你在英国读书，你也可以接触到 中国的就业信息，比如通过Chopsticks Club – 这是一个以英国为基础的，囊括中国和英国就 业信息的网站 相信你可以在上面找到有用的信息。
最重要的是，你可以使用 York Profile database 和约克大学的校友建立联系，询问他们关于 找工作的信息和技巧。你可以通过查看他们的简历，去了解中国的就业市场和学习找工作 的技巧 并且 他们当中的有些人还会提供联系方式，这样的话，你就可以通过他们的联系 方式，私信给他们，去问一些你不懂的问题。
以上的这些仅仅是一个关于怎么搜索就业信息的简单介绍, 更多有用的资源还需要你去发掘 和学习，快快行动起来，去发现有用的资源吧 祝你好运！如果你有任何问题或者建议，欢 迎发邮件到careers@york.ac.uk 告诉我们哦！
Check out our careers resources for Chinese students returning home.
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My experience studying and working in Denmark
Two years after graduating from York, I decided I wanted to continue my studies in another country and experience another culture. My interests lie in the arts sector which is why I started searching for degrees that would complement Business Administration with this interest of mine. I found a perfect match at the Copenhagen Business School (CBS) in Denmark which offers managerial insights into the cultural industry in the music, film and art sectors among others. After my positive experience living in the UK, I decided to give Denmark a try and moved abroad once I got accepted.
I soon found several differences between the two countries in terms of academic life. Whilst the picturesque campus in York made me feel immersed into the student life straight away, CBS has several buildings around an area of the city making the feeling of being at the university less immersive. I missed the lakes and even the ducks I hated so much whilst studying in York!
I realized the value of the college system in place in York whilst I was in Denmark; the college system allowed students to have a sense of collective identity and belonging right from the first few weeks at the university. In Denmark I was no longer part of a community like the one in Halifax college, which made it harder to meet people in the beginning.
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From the age of 16 I did summer jobs as a nursing auxiliary in a cardiac unit in a local hospital. I really enjoyed talking to the patients, many of whom had just had heart attacks and faced uncertain futures. I felt that I had an empathy with them, I could listen to their stories and even at that age I realised that just talking to them was helpful.
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