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Manage Your Move Abroad in Ten Steps

So, you’ve landed that perfect job abroad or finally decided to realize your dream of moving to a new country. Either way, you’ll experience many new things – new people, new cultures, new languages, new food, new customs. It’s exciting

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Employment Outlook: Brazil

Still recovering from a deep recession, Brazil makes some strides in job creation, pay increases and general economic stability. By Mary Anne Thompson, founder and president, Goinglobal, Inc. After years of exceptional growth, the Brazilian economy entered a deep recession

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Interviewing in Hong Kong

The fact that you are invited to attend an interview shows your qualifications meet the basic requirements of the company, but gaining in-person access is only half of the battle. Making a good impression during the interview is vital, so

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Interviewing in the Netherlands

Pre-Interview Preparation The best way to ensure a good performance for a Dutch job interview is to thoroughly prepare. If you can anticipate the questions that will be asked and formulate insightful questions to ask your interviewer, you will be

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Panama: Communication Styles

Because of its diversity of ethnicities and cultures, it is always a good idea to follow the host’s lead when it comes to acceptable behavior. What is acceptable to one culture in Panama might not be to another. Generally speaking, Panamanian culture is formal, and it is important to show respect and consideration to others.

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Japan: Communication Styles

The Japanese communication style reflects the value placed on maintaining harmony.

The Japanese are non-confrontational and will rarely directly decline requests. Instead, they will reply, “It is inconvenient,” or “It is under consideration.” They do not criticize, insult, put people on the spot or do anything that might cause embarrassment and thus loss of face.

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Australia: Communication Styles

Australia is a multicultural, amicable society, so it is important to be sensitive to different cultures and lifestyles when interacting with locals who may come from a wide range of traditions.

In general, Australians feel they are an unpretentious people and are proud of this.

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Netherlands: Communication Styles

You may have heard that the Dutch tend to give off the impression of being rude or crude, but the more accurate way to describe their communication style is direct and informal with a strong sense of humor.

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