Sir, your query is not very clear. You have not mentioned whether you have experience in Marketing or in HR. You have gone abroad, but to a destination where the practice of most advanced Management Concepts is not so good at all.
Presumably, you are just not even a decade old in your career. However, you can now have a very big career focus and here is how you can do it.
1. Even if your experience is in HR, junk it. Jump into any small job, even in a small organization, manufacturing a FMCG product, like a cool drink that directly competes with the MNC products.
2. Marketing in such organizations simply means both Supply Chain Management and just pushing the retailers to sell more. The personal relationship between the customer and the retailer can make a huge difference. I have personally seen how small retailers push the sales of a product, which is very well known in most of Tamil Nadu. It is called Bovonto.
This product competes directly with the MNC products and is very good value for money. So, chase such jobs, spend at least 12 hours per day and keep on researching consumer behavior. For example, can we push party sales? IT guys have parties day in and day out. They often tend to booze on the eve of wedding receptions and the gang is as big as thirty members. The sales of such a product can be huge if you try.
3. Go for such a job. Otherwise, chase a detergent manufacturer who manufacturers a brand in your State and gets it sold through small retailers, that is, small shops. Please do note that this is far more formidable than even the super-market sales. The villagers mostly buy such products, since they are cost-effective. The intelligent housewife would happily buy a small sachet of a bigger brand, soak all clothes and then use this smaller brand of detergent to smash whatever dust is there in the cloth.
4. Study such practices and even suggest new products. You can learn everything. Production, sales, marketing through advertisements in local TV channels, the sales push through small retailers and so on. The learning through sales in the rural areas and semi urban areas is far better and more holistic in a smaller organization. In this fashion, you can happily learn the entire gamut of marketing, and of course, supply chain management.
5. Once you are clear about your career goals, it becomes easy for you. A big career focus is now essential. Never go towards HR. Please do note that in today's condition, you can do quite well only after 15 years of experience out of which at least seven should be in a big manufacturing plant, where you have to confuse unions, break trade unions, fight with the workmen, do all sorts of cost cutting, engage with contract labor of a very tall order, with all attendant complexities and should at least sign four long term settlements. If you do not do all this and have vital experience in other areas like performance appraisal, grievance handling, welfare practices and so on, your career will go for a six.
6. It is wise to stick to one career goal. In Marketing of FMCG products. Get to understand everything. Do not worry about salary at this stage.The name of the game is value addition and you need to do very well here. If you do so, your career will have a big focus.
7. Do not, repeat do not, get into Industrial Marketing. Here, everything is supply chain management. This is not a good career at all.
All the very best.