Posted by: sammerz | 18 May, 2011

Tuition Centre

On relocating to Hong Kong, there were a few things I was certain of:

  • this is an optimum time for us as we don’t have children;
  • we are still quite young in our career lives and can adapt quickly;
  • we have family and a few friends in Hong Kong so we can settle soon;
  • I would put engineering on hold and pursue a career in education.
Who would have thought it was so hard to find a job?  People get jobs by who they know rather than what they know.  Many companies advertise jobs like it is some requirement, but at the end of the day the position goes to a connected person.  So I’ve decided to try a different tact: why not start my own tuition centre?  Partnering with Steph’s former tutor, we’re about to venture into new territory: finding a space to hold classes, working out the timetabling, advertising to get more students.  Will it mean running my own business?  Perhaps we can eventually sponsor people to come to Hong Kong! (Don’t get your hopes up just yet! 😉  Fun and challenging times!
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  1. Sam! That sounds so exciting!! All the best with that and praying for ya!


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