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Anglais , 24.10.2019 17:50 kekemkn

Est-ce que quelqu’un pourrait me corriger mes fautes

the chosen country is canada. the latter ranks seventh after the united states and the countries of europe, in the destinations most popular by french expatriates. in fact, canada today has more than 78,647 french expatriates. this country has many attractive provinces: alberta, british columbia, manitoba, new brunswick, ontario, the atlantic provinces, saskatchewan, the yukon, northwest, nunavut and finally quebec.
another difference is that the hiring process is less formal and more open than in france. canada is proposing fast and promising career changes. companies will have to implement at best within their companies, management of intercultural management. canada accounts for more than 60% of french expatriates. the difference between this region and others is that one of the first languages spoken is french. quebecers speak french but also very good english. so we still find anglo-saxon culture in this canadian region, so living there may be an asset to learn various languages. the french like this destination as much first of all, they generally choose to expatriate themselves in order to discover a new country, new cultures and professional and personal opportunities. for canada as a whole, it is a rich country with rising gdp.

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