1. What kinds of jobs are easy to get in a foreign country?
Generally, I’d say it depends on what a country expects from a foreign worker in the light of domestic situations. You know, it’s not difficult in some western countries to get some sort of vacancies, like electronic or electric technicians, which require professional skills and qualification. While in some African countries, doctors or nurses would be very welcome, coz there needs to be a great deal of medical care for its people.
2. Should young adults work abroad?
I don’t think the local government would like to see a migration of young workers moving out. It’s very clear that young labor force is extremely vital when a place needs development or construction, no matter it is labor work or mental work. But, it’s understandable that individuals ache for the chance to earn or experience more overseas. They are likely to get well-paid in developed countries like USA or UK, or acquire a second language abroad. Furthermore, exotic food and cultures may satisfy their curiosity as well.
3. If they don’t work abroad, would it be helpful for them to travel in a foreign country?
People are able to sharpen a foreign language skill, which at first would help them have a better understanding while travelling overseas. In addition, with an increasingly globalized world, those who own the experience of communicating with foreigners could gain popularity in multinational companies Backhome. What’s more, Traveling overseas including appreciating breath-taking views and having tasty food is an important way for people to let off steam from tedious daily routine.
4. Do Chinese parents encourage their children to work abroad?
On the whole, they do. In fact, many Chinese parents financially support their kids going to western countries, like US or Canada, for further education or job opportunities so that their kids could have a better life in the future. To avoid the fierce domestic competition in education and employment, quite a few students or graduates from well-off families are flocking to developed countries, probably to immigrate one day. Whereas, due to the aging problem and one-child policy, a few parents now also expect their children to come back to take over family business.
5. If you had an opportunity to live abroad, which country would you like to settle down?
In that case, I’d prefer to settle in Australia. You know, I’ve been to Sydney several times. It is really a good place to enjoy one’s life. Actually, as a dentist, I can easily get a well-paid job up to 60K per year. What’s more important, my cousin has lived there for quite a long time, so it’s quite convenient for me to fit into the local culture and get used to the living habit there. And also, I am pleased with the environment in Sydney. With so many years in a smoggy weather here, Australia would offer me with a place where I’m able to escape.