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Volunteer Your Way To A New Job

Take a look at your résumé. Is it limited to your professional experience and education? While some volunteer experiences may not be relevant to your résumé, volunteering presents you with a network of people who can attest to your performance (and readily recommend you for jobs), as well as keeps you “fresh” in skill sets between jobs. Of course, volunteering

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Cultural Differences Between the United States and Europe

While both Europe and the United States of America are considered the Western World, it’s good to know there are definite differences in culture. Western people are those who speak a European tongue and are of people from European descent. However, Europeans and Americans differ in many ways. If you are considering moving to a European country, you will find

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Useful Information About The Job Market in Belgium

With its growing economy and range of major international organizations it’s no wonder Belgium is an appealing place to work for those looking to broaden their horizons. Belgium as a country is relatively small but densely populated with an estimated population of more than 10million. It’s well connected to other European cities such as Amsterdam, London and Paris, which are

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Asking these 7 Questions Will Get You Closer To Landing the Job

Nearly every job seeker knows they need to prepare questions for job interviews. Although most candidates fear something about the interview process, the outstanding ones aren’t afraid to ask questions. If you’re looking to hire the best candidate for your open position, pay close attention to the questions candidates ask. Use these questions as a way to gauge the preparedness of the candidate and whether

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All You Need To Know About Taxation In Belgium

From tax rates through to special expat status, here is the updated guide to the Belgian taxation system. Expats and Belgian citizens alike suffer from one of the highest taxation rates in the EU. It amounts to an effective tax rate (including social security) of well over 50 percent for the highest earners. This compares to an average 45 percent

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