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Q: I hv done MBA,MILT,OCP,Supply chain, frequent in English both written

I hv done MBA,MILT,OCP,Supply chain, frequent in English both written & Verbal, have 5+years of experience in the fields of Finance/Logistics/SupplyChain/Sales & Marketing ... can i be able to find a job in Shenzhen? 

9 years 14 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shenzhen

 
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Yes you will be able to find a job in Shenzhen with your qualifications. Most places want you to have at least 2 to 3 years of experience and your 5+ years of experience qualifies you. I have also done logistics, supply and sales and marketing back home. I've done other jobs in China so you shouldn't have much trouble finding a job. Your written and verbal communication skills in English is what most companies are looking for nowadays. Good Luck!

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But how much chinese do you know?

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Judging from the way you write, your English leaves much to be desired!

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Considering I have no idea what you're talking about because your grasp of the language is so slender, I doubt it.

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