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Examining the problems and pitfalls of expatriation

Examining the problems and pitfalls of expatriation
Expatriation nowadays is portrayed as the answer to higher salaries, a lower cost of living, success in business, a more glamorous lifestyle, loneliness and even the search to find the perfect partner, but what happens when it all goes wrong? Annual surveys of expat destinations form essential reading for those determined to grasp a new...

How to work with Burmese colleagues during your Myanmar relocation

How to work with Burmese colleagues during your Myanmar relocation
Whilst Myanmar may not be every expat’s idea of paradise, for those committed to helping others as well as developing themselves it can be the journey of a lifetime. Recently opened up to foreigners after decades of isolation and dictatorial rule, Myanmar is now seeing expatriates arriving to work with NGOs as well as in businesses...

An expat guide to choosing between Vietnam and Thailand

An expat guide to choosing between Vietnam and Thailand
Southeast Asia is a favourite for would-be expats looking for something different, with Vietnam and Thailand the two most talked about choices. Both countries are packed with natural beauty, their contrasting cuisines are exotic and nourishing and their individual cultures and histories are fascinating. In the past, Thailand was the most...

New government website invaluable for Irish expats coming home

New government website invaluable for Irish expats coming home
For Irish expats returning home, governmental advice should make the transition easy. The Irish Diaspora has been ongoing ever since the first ship docked in New York’s harbour, with its modern version involving countries all over the world and several million expat professionals exploring the planet whilst improving their careers....

Papua New Guinea is the experience of a lifetime for adventurous expats

Papua New Guinea is the experience of a lifetime for adventurous expats
For the truly adventurous would-be expat, Papua New Guinea may be the experience of a lifetime. With the increasing tendency of traditional expat destinations to all look and act the same, all costing far more than in the past and all making new financial and visa demands of new arrivals, where should adventurous expats head for? Believe...

Comparing Singapore’s international and local schooling for expatriate children

Comparing Singapore’s international and local schooling for expatriate children
If you’re relocating with your family, one of your most important tasks is to make sure your kids get the right education. Adjusting to a totally unfamiliar culture and environment is tough enough for adults, but it’s even more tricky for the younger members of the family. A crucial part of ensuring the move doesn’t disrupt their...

Indian international schools paying huge salaries to expat English teachers

Indian international schools paying huge salaries to expat English teachers
If you’re a high-quality expat English teacher looking for a fat salary, India’s international schools are for you. International schools in Bengaluru are offering top-dollar salary packages for the best and most inspiring teachers of the notoriously difficult English language, long seen as a less than glamorous overseas assignment....

Younger expats see a larger salary increase on relocation

Younger expats see a larger salary increase on relocation
If you’re looking to an expatriate-focused professional career, better get started when you’re younger than 35. One lesser-known fact of expat life is that the sooner it’s started the more can be initially earned and the more successful it can become. Taking the average expat assignment results in a pay increase of around 35 per cent...

Tips for expats heading for St Petersburg

Tips for expats heading for St Petersburg
St Petersburg may not immediately spring to mind as an expat destination, but it’s a fascinating city nevertheless. Not much has been written about becoming an expat in Russia, which is hardly surprising given the present contentious state of relations between this massive country and the USA. However, the Russian people have a...

Ireland wins hands down for easily understood workplace etiquette

Ireland wins hands down for easily understood workplace etiquette
For new arrivals in a strange land, adjusting to a new workplace etiquette can be a nightmare. One of the biggest challenges for newly reassigned expat professionals is fitting into an established work culture whilst still trying to adjust to an unfamiliar lifestyle. Those heading for the Gulf States, China or Japan are most at risk of...