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Do you want to work in the Netherlands? A few reasons you should find a job in the Netherlands: Many traditions and culture. Delicious snacks and healthy lifestyle. Picturesque country with great outdoors. Strong sense of community. Dutch employers understand that there can be many sides to life, not just work. At the end of a challenging day, you will have time to run, swim, or bike out any frustrations, spend time with your family, etc.

The Dutch tax system, especially for expats, however, is anything but simple. The Netherlands is a socially conscious country, and higher earners can expect to pay a substantial proportion of parts to their salary to the taxman, The VAT rate in the Netherlands is 21%.

The exciting and liberal country located in Western Europe has a population of 17 million. Five largest cities in the Netherlands are Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Maastricht, Utrecht and Eindhoven. Dutch cities, like Amsterdam, make biking an exciting experience through the tulip fields during spring, there is always something nice to look at. Then, when visiting cities like Rotterdam and Eindhoven, you get an appreciation for architecture and modern living.

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