For experienced people having expertise YES, but for inexperienced people, NO!
That is a closed question that can be answered with either yes or no.
When you have experience, the ability to work hard, and you know the right people then the answer is "yes"
But when you don't have any experience, no desire to work hard AND you don't know the right people then the answer is..."no".
What do you mean by "the job"?? are you referring to a specific job?? China already has over 300 million unemployed....
Well, that sounds like a lot of unemployed...
what job are you talking about? a blow ... ?
a free one or a paid one?
not that easy, you must have charisma, looks, and a sweet talker, a good bluffer as well....
good luck on your bj hunt.
I guess that is easy in any megalopolis. The question is what salary and kind of job do you want
Maybe she should apply to some schools in Beijing before coming here, it's a lot easier for the working visa if she has a contract first... otherwise she can come here and apply from here, but the cost of living is quite expensive in Beijing if she doesn't have a steady income... or the financial means to support herself for a certain period of time while looking for a job...
1. Arrive to Hong Kong (I guess, if she is a citizen of EU country she may arrive there without visa execution for 2 weeks at least)
2. Get PRC visa in the PRC consulate. She will be able to do it through an agent. Notices about this kind of service are sticked on walls of almost every guesthouse in the centre of the city, particulary in the Chunking Mansion - the most famous Hong Kong building among backpackers.
2.1 She may get tourist (L) or business (F) visa for 3 or 6 months, max cost is about 3000 RMB
3. After getting visa she takes subway and goes to Shenzhen airport whence fly away to Beijing.
4. English teacher with European look may get a job in China quite quickly. In Beijing she may expect a salary from 8000 RMB, in Xinjiang autonomous region - up to 3000 USD:)
Is it dangerous to work in Xinjiang autonomous region?
Im not sure. But there is a certain lack of English teachers in that region
I would suggest if she's a qualified teacher to look through Search Associates or ISS to find a better opportunity and a much better salary. I wouldn't really suggest coming here without lining up a job first.
It's easy to find a job in Beijing, but it is never easy to hunt for a right good job. And it's hard to live in Beijing especially stay in Beijing with a family.However there's much more job opportunitis than many other countries, after all Bj is a big international city.