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How much money can a programmer make in China?

How much salary can a programmer earn in China?How to become a well-paid programmer?

How much money can a programmer make in China?
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Today's video featurinPavel Liser, lead instructor of Le Wagon Shanghai, will give you the answers in this video!

How about the salary of our graduates?

Le Wagon’s graduates in China have reported a salary range of ¥180K - ¥300K, depending on the years of experience they had before taking our course! More than 30% of our graduates reported they now make above ¥300K per year.

25% of our alumni are offering freelance work, on average they take on 3 paid projects(average ¥25399 per project) and 2 personal or pro-bono projects every year. 


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