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Rotterdam is now a preferred expat option for jobs and family life

Rotterdam is now a preferred expat option for jobs and family life
Newly arrived expats in Rotterdam are being urged to invest in property. Rotterdam is famed as Europe’s largest port city and is now a magnet for expatriates from across the world. At the present time the huge conurbation is home to around 635,000 expatriates, many of whom are potential savvy modern-home buyers. Even Dutch buyers are...

Opportunities in Europe for expat professionals

Posted on October 22, 2019 in Europe News
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Opportunities in Europe for expat professionals
Even although Brexit is about to pounce on British expat dreams, it’s still possible to find a good job in Europe. For many would-be expatriates, working in Europe is a dream come true, but most don’t realise it’s essential to have a job to go to and will be even more tricky should Brexit finally shut the EU’s borders to talented...

Getting used to relocation to Belgium takes some time

Getting used to relocation to Belgium takes some time
Belgium may not immediately spring to mind as a favoured destination for expat professionals, but spending time in the country gives new arrivals a different perspective on its hidden charms. Known worldwide as the home of the European Parliament, Belgium’s capital city of Brussels is often seen as a stuffy, politically-oriented...

Pros and cons of expat house purchase in Italy

Posted on October 16, 2019 in Europe News
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Pros and cons of expat house purchase in Italy
Many would-be expats are choosing Italy for its sheer beauty, laid-back lifestyle and friendly locals, but bureaucracy can be an issue when buying a new home. At this point in time, Italy is now the only EU member state where house prices are still falling, if only slightly, and mortgage rates are still low compared with other popular...

Expats heading to Italy are in for a gastronomic treat

Expats heading to Italy are in for a gastronomic treat
If you’re planning a move to Italy, you’re set for a whole new healthy eating experience. Italy may not be expatriates’ number one favourite destination, but as regards fresh, delicious culinary delights there’s nowhere else like it in Europe. It’s usual for newly arrived expats to crave foods they’ve always eaten in the home...

Is Eindhoven still a great place for expat entrepreneurs?

Is Eindhoven still a great place for expat entrepreneurs?
Eindhoven is insisting expatriates are still welcome in the city. Mayor of Eindhoven John Jorritsma has reassured expats they are still crucial for the city’s economy and will be supported even in a downturn. According to the mayor, the expat community is ‘the heartbeat of the city’ and are more than welcome to stay even should...

Evaluating Europe as an expat professional destination

Evaluating Europe as an expat professional destination
How is Europe shaping up for potential expat professionals? Recent research suggests there are 33 million expatriates from across the rest of the world living and working on the European continent, but what’s the reality of relocation to a relatively expensive overall destination? One of the major reasons for a relocation to a...

Expats learning Czech are facing an almost impossible task

Expats learning Czech are facing an almost impossible task
One of the most difficult aspects of relocation to a foreign country for many expats is the necessity of learning a foreign language. Perhaps the most trying aspect of emigrating for work purposes is the chore of learning a foreign language, especially for those who came bottom of the class in their home country school’s French lessons....

Post Brexit rights for Czech expats in UK and Brit expats in the republic

Post Brexit rights for Czech expats in UK and Brit expats in the republic
As the result of a meeting between the Czech Interior Minister Jan Hamacek and Britain’s Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay, the post-Brexit rights of Czech expats living in Britain will be preserved. During the discussion, Barclay reiterated the current rights enjoyed in the UK by Czech nationals in will continue post-Brexit, although he...

Do Switzerland’s downsides cancel its advantages?

Posted on September 24, 2019 in Europe News
STORY LINK Do Switzerland’s downsides cancel its advantages?
 Do Switzerland’s downsides cancel its advantages?
Switzerland’s massively high cost of living across the board is the major downside of a transfer to its spectacular beauty. Especially for expat professionals in the financial sector, relocation to Switzerland is the Holy Grail due to its massive salaries, locked-in safety and security, totally upscale lifestyle and extraordinary...