Some General Considerations to Young While Expatriating

Jin-zhao WANG, Jing WANG

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When is an expatriate assignment most beneficial to your career? This depends very much on your situation – there is no “one-size-fits-all” answer to this question. This article attempts to describe them. First, it analyses the situation of expatriating, explains the benefits and downsides of expatriating for the young. Illustrate personal factors in expatriate and put forwards the suggestions in the end. Key words: globalization; expatriate; young; suggestionRésumé: Quand une affectation des expatriés peut bénéficier le plus à votre carrière? Cela dépend,dans une grande mesure, de votre situation - il n'y a pas de réponse de “taille unique pour tous“ à cette question. Cet article tente de les décrire. Premièrement, il analyse la situation de l'expatriation et explique les avantages et les inconvénients de l'expatriation pour les jeunes. Ensuite, il illustre les facteurs personnels dans l'expatriation et propose des suggestions à la fin.Mots-Clés: globalisation; expatriés; jeunes; suggestion

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ccc.1923670020100602.002

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