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Pandemic shutdowns give time to research expat destinations

Pandemic shutdowns give time to research expat destinations
If for nothing else, the pandemic and its lockdowns are the perfect time to research online for an affordable lifestyle overseas. During this unprecedented time in modern history, staying at home 24/7 apart from the occasional shopping trip may have sounded like heaven for many until it actually happened! Whilst high numbers are suffering...

Best world destinations for a gay-friendly expat lifestyle

Best world destinations for a gay-friendly expat lifestyle
Worldwide communities showing friendship and acceptance to gay people as well as having built-in legal protection are far more common than many would-be gay expats believe. It’s far easier nowadays to find a dream destination with warm weather, decent healthcare, low living costs and plenty of natural beauty which welcomes all comers, no...

Cash strapped expat parents requesting discounts from independent schools

Cash strapped expat parents requesting discounts from independent schools
Expats with children enrolled in international schools are looking to discounts covering the long coronavirus-linked closures. Taking the UK as an example, its private schools were closed March 20, thus allowing the pupils to return home just a week early. Bills for the summer semester are now being sent out, with many expat parents...

Choosing the best location for your new expat life

Choosing the best location for your new expat life
How to get from loving a location to living in it. For many would-be expats, wanderlust sets in during or just after the holiday of their dreams, drawing them back to the same place for several years running and finally causing a sense of dissatisfaction with the home country. At that moment, another would-be expat is born, screaming to...

Career advancement for expat trailing spouses in the Netherlands

Career advancement for expat trailing spouses in the Netherlands
Trailing spouses determined not to interrupt their own careers face challenging odds in the Netherlands. Nowadays, the majority of trailing spouses are unwilling to become stay-at-home partners as they’ve their own career advancement to consider. Unfortunately, finding a new job in the Netherlands can be challenging at best and...

Study suggests expat relocations lead to better self-awareness

Study suggests expat relocations lead to better self-awareness
A new study is telling would-be expats that moving overseas is the best decision you’ll ever make. If you’re feeling as though you’re wading through a vast lake of mud and getting nowhere fast, becoming an expat in a strange land can lead to sharper decision making and a vastly improved sense of self. A study undertaken by social...

Virtual home viewing tours now all the rage for relocating expats

Virtual home viewing tours now all the rage for relocating expats
Virtual viewing for expats looking to move house is now the latest way to circumvent the pandemic’s effect on everyday life. With the door now closed on open-house viewings, virtual home tours are filling the gap for both potential buyers as well as real estate agencies’ businesses. Given that Prague is now a favourite location for...

Finding a job in France as a newly arrived expat

Finding a job in France as a newly arrived expat
If you’re determined to exit the UK on a permanent basis before Brexit finally kicks in at the end of this year, keeping ahead of the ever-changing news about the pandemic is essential. No-one’s certain how the pandemic will have changed Europe, although it’s certain the bloc’s economy as a whole will still be struggling at the...

Will Brexit and the pandemic change Brit expat location choices?

Will Brexit and the pandemic change Brit expat location choices?
It’s still not clear how the coronavirus plus the Brexit effect will change British would-be expats’ post-pandemic location choices. It’s true that Brexit was the cause of many older Britons’ decisions to settle in EU member states before it was too late, but even more are now looking to emigrate due to the economic slowdown and...

How to deal with Japan’s cultural differences during the pandemic

How to deal with Japan’s cultural differences during the pandemic
Dealing with Japan’s unique cultural differences during the coronavirus crisis. As in every other first world country, Japan’s multinationals are now struggling to respond to the worldwide shutdowns caused by the coronavirus pandemic, with cultural clashes and misunderstandings the norm in this traditionally structured society. Team...