May 29, 2013
For many parents, the primary hesitation in accepting an international work assignment is having to move their children across the globe: how will they adjust to the new culture when they arrive – and how will they readjust when they leave? What kinds of schools are available, and how will their children do with the transition? Bearing equal weight in the equation are the enormous opportunities that their children will be able to take advantage of while living abroad, and parents must consider how these can be maximised so that their children thrive.
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