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When moving abroad to work, there are a number of things to consider. Some countries utilise a points system to determine the suitability of potential immigrants, with priority being given to particular professions, while others require a pre-existing agreement for a job (usually with a particular salary level being stated). Some countries offer more flexibility, such as EU citizens having the right to work in any EU country, though it is still wise to try and arrange work before relocating or, at the very least, be aware of job prospects and the unemployment rate where you are heading.
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