For whatever reason, its called "pee-mail" in our neighbourhood.local park where every neighborhood dog had left his calling card!
Salary has been mentioned quite a few times and now I'm worried loool. Hopefully my company won't drop my salary from the current approx 32k a month I'm on... I guess we'll have to see! What's the average entry level salary? I know it's a wide range but is there a number that's typical? Do expats and locals tend to get paid differently if they were the same skill level? Am I even a foreigner if I get my PR approved?
GREAT idea with the fostering! I'll definitely look into that. Would be great to test the waters without the complete commitment. THANKS
Not sure hiring a helper is a smart financial decision even if I did earn enough though. It'll just be me and my dog!
Thank you! I'll definitely look into that.
I mentioned your salary as you say your company does not have your current department in HK. That means whether internally or externally, you are basically looking for a new job in an area you have little experience in?
I am not sure if your current company will maintain your salary level or place some importance on you being a current employee, but that was the reason I assumed you will have a lower salary moving to HK. Obviously, you are still young and if you do well, that will continue going up.
In terms of salary - again, here's where a transfer and good relationships come into play. You'll find companies a little bit more flexible when it comes to transferring employees who have good relationships and are good performers.
It would depend on whose budget you were being transferred and your job, but sometimes, just sometimes there is flexibility.
No such thing as "typical entry level salary" in my opinion.
HK has a variety of living styles available and it just depends what one person is interested in. For me, I choose to live in a low density area and enjoy it, but if I lived in a crowded area I would probably not enjoy it as much. That's me and each to their own.