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Finding a Job in Costa Rica

Securing a job in Costa Rica isn’t easy. The country doesn’t hire many foreign nationals, and its local workforce is well educated and highly skilled. Despite these truths, Costa Rica is a favorite among expats who enjoy the Latin American

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Living in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) is expensive. It’s ranked the second most expensive city in the world, according to human resources firm Mercer, global real estate service Savills and the Economist Intelligence Unit. Nonetheless, foreign nationals tend to

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5 Reasons to Study Abroad for a Master’s

If you’re interested in obtaining a master’s degree and have the itch to travel, why not do yourself a service and consider pursuing academics overseas? Too often are people deterred from seeking out such opportunities for fear of it being too costly or experiencing cultural and language issues.

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3 Tips to Overcome Your Fears and Move Abroad

“If your dreams do not scare you, they’re not big enough.”

So you want to move abroad? What’s stopping you? Friends. Family. Work. Fear.

Moving to a new place can be really scary. You have to get a new job. A new place. New friends. Pretty much a new life.

You can probably come up with a million reasons for why you shouldn’t move abroad, and let’s face it: when something scares us, it’s easy to find excuses to put it off.

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7 Tips for Obtaining Residency in Italy

Moving to a new country is quite a process so it’s important that you do your research and understand the requirements and documents needed to make the big move. Timing is important as well, as unexpected delays are not uncommon, so be sure to begin preparing your documents well in advance before your departure.

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Experiences Abroad: How to Move Abroad While Young and Broke

An increasing number of broke millennials are packing up their lives to move abroad—but how are they doing it? While having a comfortable financial cushion can certainly ease your transition abroad, it’s still possible to make the move with very little cash.

In 2004, a young woman found herself in a situation many recent grads can relate to. She had no money and no luck with job prospects.

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