In my hometown, or go aborad?

@116687 (12)
September 6, 2008 8:41am CST
when i come to this question, i always be confused. i am a chinese undergraduate, but life in my hometown is peaceful and quiet. No challenge is here! I always wanna change that situation. Now i have a chance to go to the US, but i have to use a year to take the TOEFL and SAT. for young, time is important than everything. so is that worth to use a year just for a challenge?
2 responses
@winzpc (2356)
• Indonesia
6 Sep 08
I think you must the this chance. You are able to work outside and it give many challenge to your. But you are still young and can face the challenge with your young spirit. So learn the english as good as you can, pass the TOEFL and SAT. Hope you can go aboard. I very anxious to have a job in aboard. I like the challenge and of course for the salary. The salary is better than in my hometown. But in aboard we will automatically train ourself to become autonomous. So it's very nice and helpful for our afterwards life.
@darlene06 (284)
• Philippines
6 Sep 08
oh, i see.. you want to get out from your comfort zone.. i think what you want is interesting.. there really are times when you'll get to feel that there's no challenge in where you are right now.. but when you leave your place, surely some day, you'll miss it and there, you'll feel that you want to go back to where you used to be... I hope you'll be able to find what you really want..:)