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Chinese white-collars to flee first-tier cities [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-7-15 10:31:42 |Display all floors
An online survey showed that among the white-collars who are currently working in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and other Chinese first-tier cities, 59%  have planned to leave and 11% have begun to leave. The main reasons they choose to leave are: soaring housing price, high consumption level, difficulty in integrating into the city, great working pressure and intense competition.

It is really a tough choice for them since many of them have lived and worked in those cities for years. Even though, they have to quit for different reasons. It is a choice between a small fish in a big pond and a big fish in a small pond. If you were one of them, what choice would you make?

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Post time 2010-7-18 20:49:52 |Display all floors
Poor you,zero reply,i suggest you go find the definition of White Collar.

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Post time 2010-7-20 14:42:37 |Display all floors
just leave there,i'd like to live in me hometown.

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Post time 2010-8-4 17:21:02 |Display all floors
I'm writng to reply you. I like living in Beijing, so much fun, with the rapid developing economic, my life never been boring, every morning is a new beginning. Though much pressure, it urges ourselves on to work hard, deal with difficulties, accumulat a wealth of experience for our future life.

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Post time 2010-8-4 17:22:27 |Display all floors
What I really want is relocate in another country. I've already got used to life here, wanna try something different.

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