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Working in your own country can be difficult enough. You may not like your work colleagues, the department or company culture or simply the job itself. But when you move abroad you have all of these problems and cultural differences too. So should you work abroad?

Well, theory suggests that some people may be able to deal with life in another culture more easily than others.

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Listen to Richard Cook. What four characteristics does he say you need to work abroad successfully?

Richard Cook
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PART 1: INTRODUCTION
PART 2: CAN I WORK ABROAD?
PART 3: STEREOTYPES AND OTHER ISSUES
PART 4: SOURCES OF HELP
PART 5: RICHARD'S TIP & USEFUL LINKS
PART 6: USEFUL VOCABULARY AND PHRASES
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FEDERICO
FEDERICO
ADAM
ADAM
MARALDE
MARALDE
CHRIS
CHRIS
ANDRE
ANDRE
RICHARD COOK,
EXPERT
RICHARD COOK,
EXPERT