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For Frank, it comes as significant that a Chinese worker’s English ability is no longer enough to get by- they must be able to demonstrate results. Lastly, Kelly notes that employees aren’t taking a long-term view right now and employers need to keep this in mind when hiring.
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Finding Your Dream Job Part IV

The average tenure of a white collar professional in the US is around four years… yet the average tenure of a professional in China is less than half that amount. What’s different about the China job market? To Larry, the growth and opportunities here are extraordinary, but the talent market is also becoming more and more competitive. Younger workers get opportunities that they wouldn’t have in many other markets, and expatriate packages are disappearing as expat workers are becoming more and more “normalized” and Shanghai becomes just another global city.

 

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