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70 per cent of failed assignments down to family problems

Recent studies have revealed more than 70 per cent of failed assignments are due to trailing spousesâ?? inability to adjust to their new lives. The majority of women moving overseas arenâ??t expatriating to further their own careers â?? theyâ??re following their husbands or partners to unfamiliar lands due to an overseas position being... Expats Blog -
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