sheepdrum 2014-8-23 06:26 PM
Is it a choice to get a full time job if I further my study?I guess age is one of the problem for my job hunt as I have been looking for a full time markeing job over 3 years and no sign of getting it. Now, I am working as a part time clerk.
Do you guys think I should further my study first as to equip myself to cope with the market? or go back to ca?Any suggestion ?
honeyjam 2014-8-24 03:40 PM
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mushmush 2014-8-24 09:54 PM
How old are you?
What is "ca"?
yeung^^ 2014-8-26 02:15 AM
[quote]原帖由 [i]mushmush[/i] 於 2014-8-24 09:54 PM 發表 [url=http://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=395782602&ptid=23678849][img]http://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]How old are you?What is "ca"? [/quote]I guess he meant California.
zodiac10 2014-8-26 12:22 PM
I think you should go back to Canada or California or whatever.
sheeplover 2014-8-26 06:52 PM
You can search for further study in local U if possible. Most of the HR accept local university qualify rather than oversea because they don't know the standard of oversea university
sheepdrum 2014-8-30 04:17 PM
My age over 40, single and ca =canada.
I prefer stay in Hk and study and keep trying with my full time job hunt.
Thanks everyone here!:loveliness:
sheeplover 2014-8-31 12:31 PM
which subject/field do you want to study?
jimbo86 2014-9-1 01:08 AM
u need to be very careful, many degrees don't worth the ink that was printed on your walking paper, u will end up working in Starbucks pouring coffee same as some kids just got out of HS.
recent survey a kid made more $$ by going to tech school auto mechanic, plumber, electrician
for female u better off be a cosmetician, hair stylist chef etc