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Getting a Job - Korea Vs Japan, Taiwan and China

 
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PostPosted: Thu May 13, 2004 7:39 am    Post subject: Getting a Job - Korea Vs Japan, Taiwan and China Reply with quote

Why Korea?

1. Should I Move to South Korea?
2. Stay in Korea or flee to Japan?
3. Coming Back to Korea from Taiwan - Advice
4. Korea Compared to Japan
5. Korea or Taiwan?
6. Should I go to Japan or South Korea
7. How Does Korea Compare to Other Asian Countries?
8. Korea Vs Other Asian Countries

The following two links look at the postives and negatives of living and working in South Korea.

9. OK, Let뭩 be Positive About Korea Now?
10. Alright, Let뭩 be Negative About Korea Then?


Life in Japan
1. My start up costs in Japan
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