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Best Country to work in!!

This question is for people who have worked outside their own country,

 

which is a good country to work in on Navision. ( i am sure Apnaa Watan is the best always!!)

 

regards

  • Definintely not US. We only get 7 National holidays per year.  Sad

  • In reply to Alex Chow:

    Alex Chow

    Definintely not US. We only get 7 National holidays per year.  Sad

     

    Belgium is better for that : 10 National holidays. And if you work for a bank (or even better:for the state), you even get more. A lot of Navision-implementations in Belgium. Workpreasure is VERY high and according some ex-colleagues, it has even increased in the last few years. Navision localization is quite good. BAD weather:in the summer it is possible you have only 10-15 °C with rain all the time. And if it is warm, you generally have a VERY HIGH humidity (80% is considered normal, 60% is considered dry, over 90% happens regularly). Best beer,chocolat,fries (PS fries are not french, but belgian) in the world.

    Italy MIGHT be better for that : more holidays but you loose them if they fall on Sunday. Lower workpreasure (Milan has the highest but it is still a under the Belgium workpreasure). The more south you go, the less the workpreasure is (but the better the climat gets!). Quite few installations but the market is increasing. Navision localization is quite bad. Best wine,kitchen,icecream in the world and the Italians do wonders with pasta.

  • In reply to kriki:

    Nice report, but.... 

    kriki
    Best wine in the world

    is definitely wrongSmile.

  • In reply to walter@kirz:

    walter@kirz

    Nice report, but.... 

    kriki
    Best wine in the world

    is definitely wrongSmile.

     Why wrong? I would anytime take an Italian wine over a French!

    But best country to work in? Well, Denmark is a very good place to work! The level of professionalism is very high and there are a lot of very good people here in the Dynamics industry! So "just" in regards to working - then I'm not in doubt! But if you add up everything else, like taxes, taxes and more taxes, then if it wasn't for the fact that I have my children (they live with my ex-wife) here in Denmark, then I'm sure I would not stay here so long. I'm sure I would go somewhere where it's warm, most likely it would be Thailand! Even though the working conditions there are not as perfect as here.

  • In reply to Erik P. Ernst:

    Erik P. Ernst

    But best country to work in? Well, Denmark is a very good place to work! The level of professionalism is very high and there are a lot of very good people here in the Dynamics industry! So "just" in regards to working - then I'm not in doubt! But if you add up everything else, like taxes, taxes and more taxes, then if it wasn't for the fact that I have my children (they live with my ex-wife) here in Denmark, then I'm sure I would not stay here so long. I'm sure I would go somewhere where it's warm, most likely it would be Thailand! Even though the working conditions there are not as perfect as here.

    Thailand cannot compare to Singapore if you want a warm, mixed culture and developed country in SEA Wink, tax is also reasonable... and if you are in Singapore, you can have demand from the whole SEA market.

  • In reply to Khue Trinh:

    i agree!! tax and taxi's too!!   public transport in singapore is also the best, taxi drivers here are the best!!  i just went to malaysia and three out of five taxi guys over charge and the rest don't cause they belive in charity!!  Angry
  • In reply to nachos:

    Hey but votong for your home land is a  No No!!  we all agree home land is the best.

    But maybe what is australia like to work?

     

    regards

  • In reply to nachos:

    My homecountry - Ukraine - is not that good of a place to work, unless you are a Top-manager in a European company, like Nestle or Servier. And we are a little behind on IT and related stuff.

    As for Denmark - well, taxes say it all. And the Danish language - it is not easy to learn. As for the working conditions - they are good. And the work is, I guess, a little calmer, because Danes are for the most part slow and "not in a hurry".

    A very interesting topic, please keep up telling (with as much details as possible) about why you would/wouldn't go to a country to work there.
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