Working for themselves

By Wang Ru | China Daily | Updated: 2021-11-11 08:00
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Scenes from a recently released documentary, Aspiring Jobs in ChinaDu Lin, a visually impaired man, starts a business to develop an audio app for the blind. [Photo provided to China Daily]

In the old days, it was not common for an older person to have a young boss, but now with the burgeoning tech sector, it has become the norm.

"In the past, most people gained promotion through experience and seniority, so it would take people a long time to become a leader of a group. Nowadays, thanks to the internet, people can easily gain expertise and experience, giving younger people, if they are capable, easier channels to become leaders," says Hu.

According to Tang Sishi, those who can take pleasure from their work have something in common. "The most important thing for happy working is to believe the job has some value. When someone works hard, and can really bring value to others, the positive feedback supports them to overcome challenges and persist with what they are doing.

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