Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Good adaptations: Americans moving to China

I anticipate Americans who do well versus those that sink to poverty, misery or powerlessness will fall into those two groups by one criteria: those who migrate and adapt and those who stay where they are. Those who stay in their hometown or home region thinking its just about minor change such as training for a new career are possibly missing the point: the place around them is going down the tubes. Those that succeed will be those who changed on ALL levels -career, location, culture.

"Mr. Perkowski, who spent almost 20 years on Wall Street before heading to China, says many Chinese companies are looking to hire native English speakers to help them navigate the American market."
-American Graduates Finding Jobs in China

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