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Interviewing in Japan

Before interviewing for a job in any country, you should research and learn as much as possible about the prospective employer. Studying the company website and its social media presence (including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter), reviewing company news releases, and

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Living Large in LA

As home to Disneyland, the Grammy Awards, Hollywood Boulevard, and the Academy Awards, Los Angeles (“LA” for short) is often called “Tinseltown.” This city is world-famous for its entertainment industry and, in particular, movie production. The area is home to

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Eat, Play, Enjoy – Life in Belgium

Belgium is a small but remarkably diverse country. It consists of three distinct autonomous regions, each with its own governing body and its own language, culture, customs, and traditions: Flanders (in the north and west) Wallonia (in the south and

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Employment Outlook: San Diego

Ranked one of the best places to live in the U.S., San Diego boasts an excellent climate, varied job opportunities and a healthy economy among its many attributes. By Mary Anne Thompson, founder and president, Goinglobal, Inc. San Diego, California,

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Understanding Finnish Culture is Key to Thriving in Finland

Finland is not part of Scandinavia, but it is part of the larger Nordic culture. Denmark, Sweden and Norway share a common Scandinavian root language and a common Viking history, based on North Sea and Northern European traditions linked to

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Interviewing in India

Applications for jobs in India usually are made by resumé or curriculum vitae (CV) and a cover letter, both of which should be in English. For each position you seek, you should submit a resumé that matches your skills and

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Now Hiring – Germany

The second-most populous country in the EU, Germany is also Europe’s largest and strongest economy; it is also the fifth-largest economy in the world. Generally speaking, the country’s success can be attributed to its strong and diverse manufacturing sector and

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Get to Know Stockholm

Often listed among the happiest countries in the world and one of the wealthiest, Sweden has long been a favored destination for tourists and expats alike. The Scandinavian country has welcomed millions over the years, particularly to its picturesque capital

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Where the Jobs Are: Dublin

The Republic of Ireland could be one of the countries most affected by the United Kingdom’s (UK) exit from the EU (Brexit). It shares a border with Northern Ireland, which is part of the UK, and Great Britain is Ireland’s

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Employment Outlook: Austria

Even as the global economy slows, Austria continues to hire across multiple job sectors.  By Mary Anne Thompson, founder, and president, GoinGlobal, Inc. Austria has a diverse and well-developed market economy, a high standard of living and a skilled labor

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