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Step Out Of Your Comfort Zone: Embracing The Challenges Of Working Abroad

Transitioning to a job abroad isn't always smooth sailing, but it's worth it, say Hester Lacey and Michèle Carsson.


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Go and work abroad – it could have career benefits you never imagined

James Hipkiss writes about his experience working abroad and what he has gained from it. 


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Job interview via Skype? Here's how to nail it, not fail it

The do's and don'ts of Skype Interviews. Alison Steed from The Telegraph writes five easy ways you can set yourself up for success. 


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How to Succeed In Your New Job

Want to hit the ground running in your new job? Follow these four tips for a successful start. 


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Living Abroad Has its Challenges

Living in a foreign country excites the imagination, ignites the adventurous spirit, and inspires you to explore. It can also scare the pants off you. Learning to live in another country is more than simply learning to get to the office, making yourself understood in a local language, and eating different food. You have to learn how to do many new things while unlearning old that have become second nature. You must accept your new home on its terms — not yours. Living abroad successfully also involves a subtle but important change in your expectations of yourself and others. More importantly, you have to cope with the loss of identity and familiarity and get along without some of the personal perks in your life that provide encouragement, meaning and fun!


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