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Diplomat’s job isn’t that easy. You have to be well educated.
Knowledge in languages have to be high and you have to speak the language very well if not fluently. Everytime you change country , it
is required to know basic things about it, like language, history, differences and so many other important things. In Estonia you can
learn how to be a diplomat in Diplomatic School. It is very difficult
to get in because every year they accept only around 30 students.
You have to be flexible in your working hours because probably
with the job you have to attend a lot of meetings or gatherings in
the evenings. Conditions might be different depending on the country
you are staying, like in America you’ll probably have very good living environment, but if you have to compare it wiht Ukraine or Belarus then there are differences. Working in this field requires at
least a degree from the university in any kind of subject that
interests you. In my mind it would be better to get a degree in
languages or in public relations, something that has anything to do
with the work . It is good if the person who wants to become a

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