Question Topic: It is said that there are major differences in working and living in a foreign country. Choose a country different from your own. Compare and contrast what it would be like to live and work in this country to that of your own country. Use specific examples and provide evidence from appropiate references to explain your answer. Question Type: Compare and Contrast
Introduction: Working and living in home country and in a foreign country have many differences. As a result, people need to adapt while they are living abroad. In addition, settling a new work place has its own challenges. Without knowing those differences, it may be difficult to some people to adapt to all new conditions. Thus, this essay will discuss about some major differences that can be found in living and working in Indonesia and Canada.
Topic Sentence: Managing money well is an important key for living in Indonesia and Canada. Supporting sentences:
1) Foreigners can’t purchase freehold land (a land in which the ownership is pass onto generations as an inheritance) in Indonesia, while in Canada, foreigners are offered to buy its residents to live in. * Original text: “Real estate in Indonesia is a little tricky. Foreigners can not outright purchase freehold land in Indonesia; however they can enter into a lease to purchase a home, condo or property. There are plenty of apartments, homes and villas for sale throughout Indonesia and for the most part prices are extremely reasonable.” (http://www.expatintelligence.com/expat-indonesia.shtml)
* Original text: “Canada has traditionally offered its residents some of the cheapest housing in the developed world. In recent times, house prices in a number of cities have risen sharply and can no longer be considered cheap.” (http://www.livingin-canada.com/living-in-canada.html)
2) Cost of living, both in Indonesia and Canada are low, but Indonesia has a much lower cost of living than Canada....