There is a strong Chinese tradition of moving out the old and bringing in the new. Like, some Chinese would change their home appliance every Chinese New year in Macau.
This is also true in business. Maybe you’ve heard about feng shui. And most Chinese businessmen strongly believes in the power of this cultural phenomenon – everything should be in the right place at the right time.
So, what’s in it for job applicants in Macau?
Job seekers should be aware of the famous Chinese philosophies and beliefs. Some of which are very crucial during the Chinese New Year season.
This article is for those who are planning to apply for a job in Macau during the Chinese New Year season.
Chinese New Year is quite a good time for job application. You can enjoy festivals and free shows while you hunt for job openings. Plus, it is in this season that companies pool their job candidate lists. So, we suggest that you start online and be more active in personal submission of your job applications. You’re both a tourist and a career applicant!
Note however, that it is not advised to look for a job in Macau while you’re in a tourist visa. There are numerous cases of employee-related abuse. Mostly are those who are working in Macau without proper documents.
If you’re in the Philippines, you can use this time to submit applications instead. Do it everyday. Make online profiles on Macau companies’ jobs sites.
And to make your job application more effect, we made a different post about what the Feng Shui experts suggests for job applicants.
Yes, Chinese New Year is an important season for Macau. Most companies are busy celebrating the Chinese New Year – participating in various events like street dancing and other shows. So, you can only expect a call or a feedback regarding your application after the season.
It is not really a bad time for job hunting during the Chinese New Year. But if you are really determined to have it on this time of the year, do your best!
Oh, just don’t forget to take instagram-able photos of this colorful celebration while you walk through the streets of Macau.
Do you have any recommendation for those who are looking for a job in Macau? Or you simply have a beautiful story to share about your experience of Chinese New Year in Macau? Share them in the comments below.