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"Girls have more patience and they're easier to handle," he explained. "Men are more trouble - they start fights or cause some other problem." When I asked about the ideal worker, Boss Wang said that she should be young and inexperience. "If she's already had other jobs, then I'll just have to pay her more," he said. For the same reason he preferred a candidate to have little formal education. It was a bad sign if she dressed well or had a distinctive hairstyle. Pretty gilrls were a sick. "I want a person to look average," Boss Wang said. "I don't want somebody who's too complicated. I don't want somebody who thinks, 'If I feel like doing something, then I'm going to do it.' That's no good for me." One of Boss Wang's questions in job interviews was to ask about hobbies. If a candidate said "Playing cards" or "Spending time with friendss," that was a negative - too frivolous. "Reading books" indicate that an applicant was lazy. Worst of all was a job candidate who said she spent free time on the Internet. "I like it if she enjoys being with her family, or caring for her mother, or something like that," Boss Wang said. "That's what a simple person from the countryside should be like. I want somebody who can eat bitterness."
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