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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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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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Expats Enjoy Living in Affordable India

On the whole, foreigners like India. Expats report the country is a good place to advance their careers and develop new skills, according to the Expat Explorer Survey. Foreign residents also find that their living expenses are lower than in

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Dining Out in Germany

Visiting a foreign country, say, Germany, for instance, can be challenging in any number of ways. Each country is unique, with its own culture, norms, and quirks. Researching the country or countries you plan to visit ahead of your travels

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Job Promise in Switzerland

The job market in Switzerland remains one of the world’s most attractive to foreign professionals, and it is competitive. The small European country renowned for historical neutrality, peace, and prosperity, along with exquisite chocolate and luxury watches, boasts a labor

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Staying Safe When Studying Abroad

Studying abroad offers the chance to explore the world, meet new people and learn new cultures. While the opportunities are exciting, it is important to stay safe during your adventures. No country is exactly like home, but according to a

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Hong Kong Announces New Visa Program

The Hong Kong government recently announced a new employment visa program aimed at eligible foreign and Mainland Chinese nationals engaged in research and development. The Technology Talent Admission Scheme (TechTAS) is a three-year pilot program set to begin in June.

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Employment Outlook: Mexico

Mexico’s unemployment is low, and enthusiasm is high as the country seeks talent for its many job opportunities. By Mary Ann Thompson, founder and president, Goinglobal, Inc. Mexico’s overall unemployment rate sits at 3.4%, the lowest it’s been in recent

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Canada Is Making It Easier for Businesses to Hire Foreign Talent

Canada’s Global Skills Strategy program endeavours to make it simpler and faster for Canadian businesses to hire the highly skilled temporary foreign talent needed to help the country compete in a global marketplace. The Global Skills Strategy features faster application

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Tips for Traveling Through Indonesia

A Brief Overview Indonesia is the world’s largest island country, made up of 13,000 islands and located on the equator between the Indian and Pacific Oceans. It is the world’s second-most forested region, after the Amazon. With a population of

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