I'm not disputing you but this has probably never happened, ever. So random.john_q_public wrote:if you came to Cambodia as a young electronics engineer doing analog microchip design, you would not be able to build a career.
Then you hit it out of the park. This applies to 90% of all jobs, the problem is Cambodia isn't a leader, so whereas it won't necessarily kill your career you will be seriously lacking current industry specific skills or knowledge when ou leave and the longer you stay the worse it gets.john_q_public wrote:Ninety percent (or more) of the chip design is done in the West. There would be no one to learn from in Cambodia. There are no facilities and no equipment. There are no companies in Cambodia which do such work.