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Interviewing Successfully in South Korea

Korea is an exceptional country when it comes to the hiring process. While in the West, the application form often is only the start of the hiring process, in Korea the application essentially is the most important document you will

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Ten Tips to Interviewing Well in Canada

Interviewing in Canada is not wholly unlike interviewing in many other countries. No matter where you are, it is always smart to be prepared, be professional, be engaged and, then, be patient. However, there are some key things to know

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Where the Jobs Are: Israel

Israel is one of the world’s top start-up nations; it has developed more start-ups in recent years than all of Europe combined. The most recent Global Innovation Index ranked it first for R&D per capita, and the World Economic Forum’s

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Navigating Costly Sydney

Sydney, the capital of the state of New South Wales, may be the costliest city in Australia, but by global standards, it is becoming more affordable. The depreciation of the local currency has caused Sydney to fall six places to

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Employment Outlook: Nashville

Tennessee’s capital keeps growing and adding jobs across its diverse economy. By Mary Anne Thompson, founder and president, GoinGlobal, Inc. Nashville, Tennessee, remains one of the South’s top cultural destinations. US News & World Report recently ranked it the 15th

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The Price of Life in the U.S.

Encompassing 50 states and six time zones, the United States is so vast that its regions can be understood as different economies. Salaries, prices and the cost of living all vary from one area to another. In general, the cost

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10 Things to Know: Mexico

Mexico is a modern country with a diverse and rich culture. More than half of the population is characterized by its Amerindian-Spanish heritage, a convergence of European and ancient Mesoamerican cultures and traditions. Another 10% of Mexico’s population is indigenous.

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Atlanta’s Hot Job Market

Despite its Southern flair, the city of Atlanta, Georgia, has always been more of a commercial city than an antebellum monument. Its diverse economy, top-notch educational institutions, and young, educated workforce provide an inviting venue for both multinational corporations and

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Tokyo: Affordable or Too Pricey for Expats?

Tokyo is among the costliest cities in the world for foreign nationals. It is ranked second in Mercer’s latest cost of living rankings. It is the third most expensive city to live in Asia and the seventh most expensive city

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Employment Outlook: Russia

As Russia’s economy grows, the country faces a shrinking workforce and talent shortage, among other issues. By Mary Anne Thompson, founder and president, GoinGlobal, Inc. Russia’s economic forecast looks positive for the next three years, and employment opportunities are expected

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