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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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Interviewing in Indonesia

When you decide to apply for a job, bear in mind that your job is your career and choosing the right job is important for your general happiness. As Confucius once said, “To be happy with your life, love your

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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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Germany Named Top Country for Work Abroad

A recent study from international bank HSBC, which surveys more than 22,000 foreign workers around the world, named Germany the top country in which to work abroad, according to Lonely Planet, among other outlets. The survey focused on eight career-focused

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Working in the U.S.

Residents of the United States of America typically idealize and follow a national ethos known as ‘The American Dream,’ a belief that anyone who works hard enough will prosper financially and socially. Indeed, it is a common belief among American

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Where The Jobs Are: China

Though economic growth is expected to slow slightly over the next two years, China’s job creation looks as bright as anywhere on the planet. More than 7.5 million new jobs were already created this year, and the unemployment rate has

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Living in Israel

Though the cost of living is high, Israel offers expats a wide variety of quality housing and excellent health care. By Mary Anne Thompson, founder, and president, Goinglobal, Inc. Israel is an expensive country, where the cost of living can

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