I don't speak any languages other than English. I realize that, for most countries, those with native language skills are always prioritized over those without language ability, and I know this is true even in Hong Kong, especially in IB and PE, based on what I found from this site. With that said, I'm studying abroad for four months next semester in Hong Kong, and am going to try to network my ass off for jobs that don't involve the mainland as much, such as hedge fund jobs, as I know of a fund that is full of Americans that has hired a couple alums from my school. This is a long shot, but I have faith that this might work out one way or another.
Are there any other foreign countries I should consider, with my relatively limited skillset and language ability?
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