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  1. Charlie Curilan
    Charlie Curilan April 14, 2014 at 11:06 am |

    Tip #240: Do not waste your money on Luis Vitton bags while you’re unemployed, and don’t buy fakes either, you’d be supporting illegal activity. But seriously, the Dutch culture does not asses a person’s character the some Filipinos might, i.e. they don’t care what bag you carry. As long as you come in neat, tidy, and well-groomed, as opposed to social climbing, you will come across with more credibility.

    Tip #241: Do not assume that your English is up to par. If your Dutch is not quite there yet, English proficiency will indicate your ability to learn another Germanic language. Brush up on your English and polish your accent, just because you come from a country widely recognized for its use of English doesn’t mean people from there generally uses the language right–quite the contrary.

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  2. Charlie Curilan
    Charlie Curilan April 14, 2014 at 11:07 am |

    *use

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  3. William Adams
    William Adams May 27, 2014 at 12:49 pm |

    Most of the companies of other nations investing in Netherlands because Government of Netherlands has made rules and regulations which favour the investing companies and also reasonable corporate tax is the main reason of their investment they also creates employment opportunities for the youngsters as they need employees for their company so accountants
    and auditors have great opportunities to get the job in multinational companies and they should grab this chance with open hands.

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