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Opportunities abroad are varied for both employees and employers. Employment rates and wage levels vary not just from country to country, but also from profession to profession within each country. Employees can also be entitled to many different rights, from those that provide suitable conditions of employment and minimum wages, to benefits such as pensions, unemployment benefits, family benefits and other social security benefits.
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