28 November 2011

Study For A Better Job

To land a good job in a non-English speaking country is very difficult. One must first study the language and then follow a college or university education. Going to college or university here is very expensive. So, some people prefer to study at home like me. I have been studying bookkeeping since last year. The course consists of four subjects such as Business Economics, Financial Administration, Cost Price Calculations and the Ledger. For me, it is difficult because I do not have any background in bookkeeping and besides it is in Dutch language. Yes, I like math that is why I chose this course. But sometimes I do not understand the answers to the problems. As the sayings goes: "In every problem there is always a solution." But my problem is I do not understand the solution. So, I need to search on the net to find the easiest explanation. Sometimes I landed on an online accounting site which is very helpful. If there are terms that I do not understand in Dutch, I will search the English words. Internet helps me a lot in my study. On January I will take the exams in Financial Administration and Business Economics. Hope to pass and from there apply for a bookkeeping job.

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I make this blog for foreigners who will live in this country, THE NETHERLANDS. Foreigners who are engaged or married they have to learn a lot of things about their new home like the culture, architectures, landscape, government, dikes etc. Especially the Dutch language which is very important in their social life. It is very difficult if they cannot communicate with other people. Most people speak Dutch, only few speaks English.
For visitors and readers, this will give you an idea what this country is. This small country ranks no. 5 in the economic stability in EUROPE. Their architectures like palaces, castles, dikes, ports (air and sea) are amazing.
Their culture is very interesting.

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