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Canada Is Making It Easier for Businesses to Hire Foreign Talent

Canada’s Global Skills Strategy program endeavours to make it simpler and faster for Canadian businesses to hire the highly skilled temporary foreign talent needed to help the country compete in a global marketplace. The Global Skills Strategy features faster application

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The Best Countries in the World for Women

According to the new 2018 ranking from US News & World Report, Denmark is the best country in the world to live for women. More than 9,000 women were surveyed as part of the news organization’s annual Best Countries ranking

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Tips to Make Sure You Enjoy Your Study Abroad

The chance to study abroad often comes once in a lifetime. The chance to immerse yourself in a new culture, and truly understand what it’s like to live somewhere new and different is often a life-altering experience. Here are a

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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

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

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The Cheapest Places to Live Abroad

So, you are interested in moving abroad but don’t want to break the bank doing it? It is possible to live and work in a variety of wonderful and interesting cities throughout the world on a small budget. Panama-based Live

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Living in South Korea

South Koreans work hard, are paid well and enjoy a stable currency and a high standard of living. The cost of living in South Korea is quite reasonable, in general, though capital city Seoul is quite expensive. Housing is typically

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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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Tips for Living Like a Local in South America

Every country is unique, with norms and traditions specific to them, but many South American countries share commonalities. When traveling through South America, it might be easy to equate them, but they are not the same in all ways. For

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Job Opportunities in Germany

More than 55% of German workers are trained in a dual-education system known as VET (Vocational Education and Training), which has roots in medieval craft guilds. VET combines classroom instruction with on-the-job training. The VET system currently covers more than

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