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Do you live in Gold Coast/Siu Lam area ? [poll]

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  1. #1

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    Do you live in Gold Coast/Siu Lam area ? [poll]

    Posting this on behalf of my daughter.
    She is working on a school assignment which subject is the livability of the Gold Coast/Siu Lam area. We're gathering data.
    If you live in this area, could you take a minute to answer this 7-question poll ?
    This will take approximately 15 seconds.
    This poll is of course anonymous.

    Thank you in advance !



    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SJ78RXJ

    @HK_Katherine
    @matt

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    I don't live there but have frequented the place. It's kinda remote but you can still bus it to Central. Has a small outdoor mall with some Western restaurants but nothing to write home about. Hotel has an OK buffet but the TST hotels are better IMO.


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    Suggestion:
    Quality of jobs question, is that for jobs in Tuen Mun or in Hong Kong in general.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MandM!
    Suggestion:
    Quality of jobs question, is that for jobs in Tuen Mun or in Hong Kong in general.
    Fair question M!. This is about opportunity of jobs in Gold Coast/Siu Lam area. Although I think for this question I know what the vast majority of responses is going to be !

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    Done!
    The problem with the "quality of jobs" question is that one person's Average is another person's Excellent and a third person's Terrible. Taking a worldwide view, nearly every job in HK (including sweeping the streets) would be beyond people's wildest dreams. If, as an Australian professional, I moved to the average HK sales or clerical job I would probably find it soul-destroyingly awful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chingleutsch
    Done!
    The problem with the "quality of jobs" question is that one person's Average is another person's Excellent and a third person's Terrible. Taking a worldwide view, nearly every job in HK (including sweeping the streets) would be beyond people's wildest dreams. If, as an Australian professional, I moved to the average HK sales or clerical job I would probably find it soul-destroyingly awful.
    Thank you for participating !

    I think I agree with your approach, I will tell my daughter to keep this in mind.
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    quite a few vacancies in the Corrections Dept Siu Lam


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    Done. @civil servant also lives here.