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Moving to the U.S. – What You Need to Know

The vast country can be affordable for expats, but it is important to do your research on everything from a region’s cost of living and housing options to health care and transportation, so you don’t get caught by surprise. By

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India’s E-Visa Program Expands

Over the last few years, the Government of India has been updating and expanding its electronic visa (e-Visa) program. This visa is for foreign nationals wanting to visit India for the sole purpose of recreation or sightseeing; casual visiting with

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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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CV Writing Tips for Saudi Arabia

CV Writing Tips for Saudi Arabia A Curriculum Vitae (CV) and cover letter are typically a job applicant’s first introduction to an employer and, as a result, of great importance. Saudi business culture can be divided into positions for expatriates

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The Cheapest Places to Live Abroad

So, you are interested in moving abroad but don’t want to break the bank doing it? It is possible to live and work in a variety of wonderful and interesting cities throughout the world on a small budget. Panama-based Live

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Belgium: Employment and Industry Trends

Belgium has a modern, diverse and high-tech economy. It is home to more than 1,000 international organizations. The job market is good in health, education, commerce and finance and insurance. Good levels of job creation are forecast in the coming two years.

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