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你呃人100 2012-10-4 01:19 PM

seriously , How could I find the job in english area ?

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chicken1980 2012-10-4 01:56 PM

[quote]原帖由 [i]你呃人100[/i] 於 2012-10-4 01:19 PM 發表 [url=http://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=344035084&ptid=20937147][img]http://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
As My education background is far from enough ,thus ,I could not easily find the job which is suitable for me .Can anyone give me some suggestions to me ? How could i find the store keeper in english  ... [/quote]

In order to find the store keeper in English area first of all book a ticket, then fly to an English-speaking country, enter a store, and 99% of chance the first person who greet you will be the store keeper in English area. Hope that helps.

But if what you want is a job position as the store keeper then any one near the Central area will do just fine. There will be heaps of Philippines in the area every Sunday anyway :smile_30:

你呃人100 2012-10-4 07:44 PM

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大路細路c路 2012-10-5 06:26 AM

Get a working holiday visa in Au or NZ, if you are between 20-30 of age. Check their web site.

chicken1980 2012-10-5 08:58 AM

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come on,pal. i was not kidding ,i really didnt get through my eng by means of hkcee ,whats more ,i dropped out of school in f.5.really . i have not any ways to come true my dreams . so i asked you i ... [/quote]

Well not that I want to make fun of you, can't help but noticed that in one post as well as this one you mentioned you completed secondary F.5 with unqualified English results (which to me it is hardly completed), wanted to improve your English, get some professional training and find a decent job in the stock market. In another post you mentioned some special experience with a lady client in the office and that leaded us to imagine you've got a pretty good if not reasonably good job already and all of a suddenly you are looking for some storekeeper roles...

In fact #5 might be a good idea. I had some friends (my friend's friend indeed) did the same thing a few years ago. You will be living in the remote areas, most likely farms, winery and places like that and help out with whatever they required. My friends back then did strawberry picking, grapes picking and more but I can't remember exactly. They usually send people in groups because I don't see how one person can handle everything in the farm so you'd never be alone. Besides practicing English you will also have the opportunity to experience the life you couldn't otherwise in HK and/ or any Asian big cities, not to mentioning making friends from different countries and cultures.

The visa usually last for a year and sometimes you might be able to switch a few places during the period, depending on the season and which place needed worker(s) the most.

jimbo86 2012-10-5 01:07 PM

try to talk more with lo oi lor.

u do sound consistent with inferiority complex.

你呃人100 2012-10-6 02:02 AM

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chicken1980 2012-10-7 02:19 PM

[quote]原帖由 [i]你呃人100[/i] 於 2012-10-6 02:02 AM 發表 [url=http://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=344170011&ptid=20937147][img]http://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
all right ,thx for alk suggestions . i simply wnat yo find a job in Hk,can you teach me how can i find i jib in english area from hk ?thx. [/quote]

[quote]Hey buddy. I have chatted you for a while. What do you think of my English .I chat with you as soon as I no need to think too much in English . [/quote]

Well I'm glad you remembered we had a conversation. Seriously before you have some improvements in yourself nothing is going to happen. Nobody here would simply post a job offer for anybody instead advises and suggestions are all you can get from a forum like this.

rolly_2000 2012-10-7 04:39 PM

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In order to find the store keeper in English area first of all book a ticket, then fly to an English-speaking country, enter a store, and 99% of chance the first person who greet you will be the s ... [/quote]i like that:smile_o12:
probably u should be asking how to impress the employer by merely checking out your c.v., of coz u must keep trying instead of just complaining
anyway, i don't exactly know wt a store keeper is doing but it sounds like not much english level needed lor

chicken1980 2012-10-8 05:24 AM

[quote]原帖由 [i]rolly_2000[/i] 於 2012-10-7 04:39 PM 發表 [url=http://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=344307367&ptid=20937147][img]http://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
i like that:smile_o12:
probably u should be asking how to impress the employer by merely checking out your c.v., of coz u must keep trying instead of just complaining
anyway, i don't exactly know wt ... [/quote]

Right! Not sure if this guy is simply complaining but I do have a feeling that he wishes to see one quick step posted here on how to get a job he wants. Can't blame him much though because I've seen a lot of people did the same at this particular stage in life (graduated, about to find their first job but not sure where or how to get started). Job seeking is an approach rather than 'press a button' thing that can you can see the result instantly. It might sometimes need to take a few other jobs in between to final reach the one you dreamed of.

"Store keeper" from what I know involves a lot more than just standing, chatting and waiting for customers to come it. Some level of admin, accounting & finance skills are required especially towards the end of your shift that you need to reconcile the cash & eftpos (credit card) balances with your sales record, document the discrepancies (so that the next shift can follow up); things get a bit more complicated when there's credit returns, installments and the like. From time to time you'd also need to deal with suppliers in terms of verifying the incoming deliveries are at the right quantity, of the right quality for the right item. Sometimes you'd also need a bit of knowledge in inventory control e.g. What/ when you need to place additional orders once again, for the right item, at right quantity & quality. These are of course useful only if you want to climb to a higher level in retail management, get promoted and look after perhaps more than one single store.

In terms of English requirement unless your major supplier/ customer are overseas businesses there really isn't much. Yes there will be foreigners coming into the store from time to time but how often could that be? And I also had a feeling that even the foreigners in Hong Kong a lot of them already got used to the "HK style" of "shop, pay and go" unlike those living in another country that would stay and chat with the shop keepers!

danatran 2012-10-9 07:14 AM

Add oil Add oil

jimbo86 2012-10-9 10:50 AM

can offer him 2 wisdoms.
if u need to ask for the price u can't afford it.
with a face like yours u dont need vasectomy.
the truth does always hurt.

try hang out at hkexpats.com  many lo oi aka lo fan hangs out there.
used to be icered.com which had since folded for several yrs, it used to have lots of expats or ocean returners aka  sea turtles there too.

taylorke 2012-10-10 08:32 AM

Hi, seem you English is not bad. why don't you prepare and sit for English business examination so as to get the interview ticket easier. One thing I am lost is what means by English area?  English speaking working environment ?? my knowledge told me there may not be any book store immersed in English environment, but few around Central area??

Kingsland28 2012-10-10 03:38 PM

bro. holla at me and we can discuss about an interview



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toysky731 2012-10-10 10:49 PM

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Get a working holiday visa in Au or NZ, if you are between 20-30 of age. Check their web site. [/quote]
working holiday needs quite a lot of $$$

may1987 2012-10-11 04:47 PM

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It's such a good idea!Thus i'm going to Australia on November!
Honestly.HK isnt suitable let me improve English communicate environment.Especially located slang/idiom or speaking tone!



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jimbo86 2012-10-12 12:24 AM

Going to OZ might do u a world of good.
observe when u flush the toilet, see if the water turns anti-clockwise?

antonyd 2012-10-13 03:31 PM

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hkdds 2012-10-14 10:51 PM

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working holiday needs quite a lot of $$$ [/quote]
I dont think so, it depends

你呃人100 2012-10-15 11:26 AM

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TTfeifei 2012-10-17 03:16 PM

actually i have the same problem, right now, i am a merchadsier and i need to translate english into chinese, do costing, review samples and communicate to the factory in china everyday. moreover, its a must to know tonnes of technical chinese terms which related to garment and stuff.

its pretty hard to start with coz i have 0 knowledge in this sector. however, i have already worked here for a year.. i dont know whether i should change and start from the beginning again......

hope you get your job asap:)

Briggi 2012-10-17 11:17 PM

Before you start looking for jobs that are in "English area" as you mentioned, correct and improve your ability in communicating in English. A lot of people have no problem speaking in English on a regular basis but they find themselves having different time in written English fluently when it comes down to business professional.  Still, I am one of those people and working hard on improving my communication level to be matched as a local English.

antonyd 2012-10-18 03:31 PM

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