[thelist] Re: Working in Europe

Jon Haworth jhaworth at witanjardine.co.uk
Mon Feb 25 08:37:06 CST 2002

> However, you *will* find life easier if you
> speak (and more importantly read and write)
> Dutch, especially if you're working for a large employer - your
colleagues may address you in English, but company-wide
emails will tend to be in Dutch only. And some of those things
are important...


Subject:    [thelist] Re: Working in Europe

Many thanks for your advice. I would definitely be sorting out work before
I go anywhere, and I'm looking at Holland partly because I'm hoping English
isn't such a problem there.

Anyone got any other insights into this?

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