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whats the harm in disclosing company name in public ?
lets us all know about this big big company of yours.
I don't want to give out any personal details about the city I'll be working in, what the company is, or what I'll be doing publicly. I'll PM the details to the people I know I can trust.
 

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I don't want to give out any personal details about the city I'll be working in, what the company is, or what I'll be doing publicly. I'll PM the details to the people I know I can trust.
I am only talking about company name not any other things,as you alreay mentioned that its a well know company.
 

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My parents just sold off our house in VA, & are planning to move back to our small house in Islamabad in January. I was about to start working on my new job in Boston from this Monday on a 1 year contract. But now I have received a great offer from a very big multinational company, one of the biggest in the world, & they are offering me a great job & a great package, as a full-time employee. They want me to start in the second week in January. I am going to quit this job in Boston, & take the job in Pakistan. I have been living in America for 9.5 years, I have been visiting Pakistan almost every summer, but this time, I'll be working there. I'll have to adjust to the local conditions there, & I have no doubt in my mind that I can, & will. It is the end of the road for me in America, for at least the next few years. I did (part of) my Middle school, high school, college, grad school & 2 years of job in America. I've had a great time here. But I cannot wait to go to Pakistan & start working there, never been more excited. A touch sad leaving New York city, yes, but I can come visit this country if I need a break/vacation.
I wish you luck in your future plans!

"Live long and prosper!" - The Vulcan Salute. :D
 

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Thank you everyone for your kind words. I hope this does not mean an early engagement/marriage for me :D
Congratulation bro

Lol...I'm in similar shoes but I still have a couple of years before my education is done. I would rather suggest you stay back and work here, save some money, and then make a solid decision about moving back.

Most of my family tried moving back to Pak from Jersey City but they were never able to settle there. Ended up moving back here. Only one cousin recently got a Professor job at a prestigious uni back home and hes happy.

I haven't been back home in 5 years I wanna marry back home cuz I'm mad cultural n a bit religious but the thought of settling back home shivers me a bit. Just imagine not having hot water in the morning and continous power outages during melting summer is just too terrifying lol
 

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My parents just sold off our house in VA, & are planning to move back to our small house in Islamabad in January. I was about to start working on my new job in Boston from this Monday on a 1 year contract. But now I have received a great offer from a very big multinational company, one of the biggest in the world, & they are offering me a great job & a great package, as a full-time employee. They want me to start in the second week in January. I am going to quit this job in Boston, & take the job in Pakistan. I have been living in America for 9.5 years, I have been visiting Pakistan almost every summer, but this time, I'll be working there. I'll have to adjust to the local conditions there, & I have no doubt in my mind that I can, & will. It is the end of the road for me in America, for at least the next few years. I did (part of) my Middle school, high school, college, grad school & 2 years of job in America. I've had a great time here. But I cannot wait to go to Pakistan & start working there, never been more excited. A touch sad leaving New York city, yes, but I can come visit this country if I need a break/vacation.
Ur damn lucky, i've always wanted to experience american middle and high schools like they show in the movies :sick:
 

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Congratulation bro

Lol...I'm in similar shoes but I still have a couple of years before my education is done. I would rather suggest you stay back and work here, save some money, and then make a solid decision about moving back.

Most of my family tried moving back to Pak from Jersey City but they were never able to settle there. Ended up moving back here. Only one cousin recently got a Professor job at a prestigious uni back home and hes happy.

I haven't been back home in 5 years I wanna marry back home cuz I'm mad cultural n a bit religious but the thought of settling back home shivers me a bit. Just imagine not having hot water in the morning and continous power outages during melting summer is just too terrifying lol
For me, I have no problems adjusting anywhere, it has to be about the job & my work. I am willing to go where ever my work takes me. I will have no problems adjusting in Pakistan, I am still a Pakistani citizen, & I still have my family & support system there. I just don't want to get married/engaged yet.
 

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