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Q: After 3 months of throwing enough mud against the wall hoping something would stick

It has taken me so long to find the right job with the right contract, and yes, I have used an agency, they have been wonderful, and I would like to help all the other newbies like myself. I know that I cannot name them here, but if you would like to inbox me I would be more than happy to give you their contact details.

7 years 6 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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Lizzyshoes, I am really happy for you.  I have been following all of your postings regarding various schools in Sihuan and in Hebei and in other places, and I only pray God that in the end you found the right place for you.  If you have found a good school, then you will enjoy your time in China -- if not, you will be truly miserable. Truly, all the best wishes to you!

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Nice to hear that from you and thanks for showing your desire to help others as well..

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kudos for sticking it out and finding the right job...best of luck!

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That's good to hear! It's always best to take your time and not rush into any contract. Wink

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