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Ungenita katrina Prevost

Awesome article...
Great tips for expats....
True that if one is not comfortable with other languages except the native one he/she is ought to face the problems
So it becomes necessary to learn the language of a place where your are going to work

Megan Fitzgerald

Many thanks Ungenita - I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Language skills are an important part of engaging with the home culture, but should not hold people back if they want to live and work abroad.

I hope to see you back again!


Gordon Rendall

Hi, very useful post. I've just bumped into it and found it concrete and useful, very straight to the point. With your tips and some tricks I've heard during the webinars organized by
http://www.blog.ivyexec.com I'm sure I'll easily go through career change. Thanks once again!

Megan Fitzgerald

Hi Gordon, I'm glad you found the article useful. I'm an Ivy graduate, so I'll be sure to visit the IvyExec Blog. Thanks for the tip!

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