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Compare the information for all the countries that were studied. BONUS: Find out the cost of a Big Mac in the country you are researching (see Handout 3). Then, based on the average hourly wage for this country, determine how long someone would have to work in order to purchase one. How does...
5. Explain to students that many people from the United States live and work in other countries. They might work for a few months or a few years and then return home. Often they are able to obtain jobs overseas because of their special skills; for example, many people have jobs teaching English...
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