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

I have been living and working in Beijing for more than 10 years for government organizations and foundations and would like a change of carrier. Anyone knows about advice in Beijing ?

 

Thanks a lot !

 

Matt

5 years 30 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Beijing

 
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Hi Matt,

if, as you claim, you have been working for a government organisation for more than 10 years you must be in your 30's at least.

So you are certainly an adult capable of making adult choices and decisions.

Advice?

Take a good hard look at yourself and decide where you want to go with your life.

Only you know yourself.

Not random strangers online that know squat about you, what you do, what you are good at and what you like.

by all means, good luck, but throwing your future career on a forum like this is bizzare to say the least.

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Hi Matt,

if, as you claim, you have been working for a government organisation for more than 10 years you must be in your 30's at least.

So you are certainly an adult capable of making adult choices and decisions.

Advice?

Take a good hard look at yourself and decide where you want to go with your life.

Only you know yourself.

Not random strangers online that know squat about you, what you do, what you are good at and what you like.

by all means, good luck, but throwing your future career on a forum like this is bizzare to say the least.

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