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Which is the best Masters' for finding a job in China?

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Perfect timing (changing job)

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Do you know any good carrier/job advice in Beijing?

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any one bought shares in china before?

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Student looking for job..

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why chinese people have a lot of meeting with no results?

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Is it serious?

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What is ministorage / self storage?

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English teaching market for my specific situation

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A: I think the first "not smart" thing you did was to think of everyone a
A:I think the first "not smart" thing you did was to think of everyone as a subordinate. They are in fact your team members. You are also a team member and your role is to supervise, not flex your muscles. It drives you nuts when your boss does this and then you do exactly the same thing. Think about it. Adapt, change, bend the rules and be more efficient. -- iWolf