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Where the Jobs Are: India

India is the world’s largest democracy and its sixth-largest economy. And, though its hiring numbers have slipped a little bit over the past few years, employability is at its highest in six years. There are plenty of jobs to be

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Life in Switzerland 101

Located in the heart of Europe, landlocked and mountainous Switzerland has succeeded in maintaining neutrality and stability throughout the centuries. This stability has allowed Switzerland to prosper, and it is now one of the richest countries in the world. Switzerland

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Living like a Local in Belgium

Belgium, a federal parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarch, is a small but remarkably diverse country. It consists of three distinct autonomous regions: Flanders (in the north and west), Wallonia (in the south and east) and Brussels (the capital), each

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Life in Amsterdam: The Basics

Before moving anywhere, especially outside of your home country, you should be as informed as possible on the way of life of that place. How easy is it to get around? What is there to do in my free time?

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Office Etiquette: Malaysia

The culture of Malaysia is a fusion of many different traditions, and the business world is a reflection of this. There is no such thing as a “typical” Malaysian company. There are traditional Chinese family businesses, Indian-run small to medium

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Living Like a Local in the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic informally referred to as Czechia since 2016, is a landlocked country located in Central Europe, bordered by Germany, Poland, Slovakia, and Austria. It has a population of 10.6 million, the majority of whom are ethnic Czechs. Prague

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Moving to Malaysia: The Basics

Culturally diverse, teeming with natural wonders and known for its fabulous food, Malaysia is increasingly attractive as an expat destination. The upper-middle-income country in Southeast Asia is situated in two regions separated by the South China Sea. Living there is

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California Dreaming

Expats coming to the United States are often drawn to California. The large, West Coast state offers a little bit of everything – from mountains and beaches, and snowfall and sunshine, to wildlife and wineries. Though there are many cities

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The Cost of Living in France

By Mary Anne Thompson, founder, and president, Goinglobal, Inc. France has much to offer foreign nationals, and whether you are a student looking to study abroad or a professional looking for a job to change your life, costs can be

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The Czech Republic: What Expats Need to Know About Costs

The Czech Republic, also now known as Czechia (pronounced Che-ki-ya), has one of the strongest economies in the European Union (EU). A member of the EU since 2004, it is not part of the eurozone, and its currency is the

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