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The XPat Journal Education Special
What types of international education are available in the Netherlands.
Housing in the Netherlands
This section offers you practical tips and useful information such as where to buy or rent, selecting an agent and negotiating the deal.
There are a number of things you need to know before entering the job market in the Netherlands, such as: the make-up of the Dutch employment market, finding a job here as an expatriate, Dutch labor law, the Dutch social security system etc.
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