I ask me if I would stay abroad without the language
and would I work in some other fields as usually in my country?
What do you think about that?!
all the best from Paris
Depends on what field/what company you are working in. Regardless, a very, very good idea to learn the language.
There are many places in the world where you can work and make good money without knowing the language...well as long as you speak English. Some of those places are Beijing and Shanghai, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesian and India. I know people who work in those countries and only know English. In fact you can make tons of money teaching English to wealthy kids in those countries.
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