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【環球】迪拜高薪聘中文人才 工資過萬不是夢
   2014-12-03 11:57:10    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Han

導讀: 一提到迪拜,第一印象就是這是個跑車遍地、奢侈品琳瑯的“土豪”城市,是個100%“土豪”揮金的天堂。這裡養活一棵樹需要3000美元,這裡的水要比油貴,頂級建築,奢華酒店,黃金集市,免稅天堂...不過值得注意的是,儘管是“土豪”揮金的天堂,同時這也是一個海外草根“掘金”的理想之地。您最近聽到過這樣一句話嗎?當“北漂”不如當“迪漂”。


隨著迪拜經濟的迅速復蘇以及2020年世博會之前政府的巨大戰略投資,迪拜作為海外草根“掘金”天堂的特徵,對於吃苦耐勞的“中國人”而言,或許更加明顯了。

A recent trend has seen Dubai become the new "Gold Rush" location for hardworking Chinese.



迪拜與中國的各种經貿關係越來越密切,對中文的需求也越來越多,只要會講中文,不需要什麼學歷就能找到一份收入不錯的工作,工資超過萬元。

With intimate economic and trade relationships with China, Dubai has seen an increased demand for people who can speak Chinese. Such speakers could find jobs paying over 10,000 yuan ($1,627) a month, often in the absence of certificates or degrees.

尤其是商場堛瑣P售人員,底薪折合人民幣差不多2萬元左右,還有提成。

For example, sales people in a Dubai shopping mall could earn a basic monthly salary of more than 20,000 yuan, with commissions on top.



另外,相比國內一線城市的開支,迪拜這個土豪城市顯得特別“便宜”。90平方米的公寓,大概售價200多萬元人民幣;同等類型的車,國內要比迪拜貴一倍。

While Dubai brims with the newly rich, it remains relatively cheap compared to first-tier cities across China. For instance, a 90 square meter apartment costs just over 2 million yuan in Dubai. Cars of the same type also cost only half as much as they do in China.



如此優厚的生活條件引得眾多網友發表感慨,當“北漂”不如當“迪漂”啊!“請把我丟到迪拜去吧! 用不了多久我就會升職加薪,當上總經理,出任CEO ,贏娶白富美,最終走向人生巔峰,想想還有點小激動呢!!!... 好了,不多說了,我走了,迪拜需要我!”

Netizens joked that to work in Dubai is better than being a "Beipiao", a neologism referring to those struggling to make their fortunes in Beijing.



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