Resources for Educators who are recruiting and enrolling students from China in the USA.
Published On: Mon, Mar 3rd, 2014

Gen Y especially from China

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Over the past few months, I have been speaking to a lot of CEOs who run mid-sized to large companies. The underlying factor for us all is how to manage Gen Y and Millennials? What happens when you throw in the “One Child Policy” for China?
These new entry-level workers are changing careers faster than college students change their majors, creating frustration for employers struggling to retain and recruit talented high-performers. Read what USA Today has to say…

As educators, we all need to help these students understand that it is not about
“I want more salary or promotion but not do more”
but rather
“I want to do more and contribute more so that I can get more salary or a promotion.”

Irene Tieh
Mar 3, 2014

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