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What drives China's young female entrepreneurs

By Ma Si (China Daily) Updated: 2016-03-07 07:35 Comments

What drives China's young female entrepreneurs

Samantha Kwok, 24 years old, who graduated from the University of Sydney in 2013, and is the founder and chief executive officer of JingJobs, a company dedicated to connecting young professionals with opportunities in startups in China

"I founded JingJobs six months after moving to China in 2014. The inspiration came from a personal struggle. I wanted to find stimulating work with startups but faced difficulty in finding the right openings. As a young bilingual graduate who understands the difficulty of finding the right career path after graduation, I want to help others like me who have a desire to start or further their careers, especially within the startup universe. With seven new businesses being formed every minute in China, I can see endless opportunities to innovate in how new businesses hire their human resources."

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