UK graduate interns head to China

Churchard, Claire
August 2010
People Management;8/12/2010, p12
The article discusses the increase in the number of British graduates taking unpaid internships in China in 2010, according to figures from CRCC Asia, a company that specializes in such placements. Company director Edward Holroyd Pearce describes Chinese companies' feedback on British interns, such as their creativity and willingness to work hard. The most popular job sectors for British interns in China include finance, law and marketing. CRCC Asia's search for large British companies willing to sponsor interns is cited.


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