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Readers' Experience

Readers' Experience


A negative feedback for a final interview made me think that getting some coaching advice could help me to be prepared to jump successfully into the European scenario...

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...if you do not play football, there are thousands of other ways how to find friends... It does not matter where you are, it matters who you are :-)

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I guess my situation was very classical. I came to Brussels where my husband got a permanent job....

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When I started to live abroad, the marvellous thing was that people I was meeting did not know anything about my past... I had to create everything in my life since the beginning and I loved that chance....

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... Sometimes, I am better informed about things happening in my hometown than those living there...

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Even though (in Belgium) one could generally cope with English, the local language is essential in some situations (e.g. services, e.g. telecom, internet, etc.).

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I believe the internation diversity of expats that have nothing in common created this atmosphere that is quite difficult to find anywhere else...

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I strongly recommend to arrange the job position you are interested in before you actually move to desired country.

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... I was looking forward to this new stage in my life. However, no-one tells you what will happen once you get your degree...

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