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Employment Outlook: Saudi Arabia

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia still offers plenty of job opportunities for expats, even as the country puts more emphasis on hiring locals. By Mary Anne Thompson, founder, and president, Goinglobal, Inc. Though the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is working

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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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Manage Your Move Abroad in Ten Steps

So, you’ve landed that perfect job abroad or finally decided to realize your dream of moving to a new country. Either way, you’ll experience many new things – new people, new cultures, new languages, new food, new customs. It’s exciting

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Employment Outlook: U.S.

Low unemployment and employer confidence has the U.S. job market looking bright By Mary Anne Thompson, founder, and president, Goinglobal, Inc. The U.S. employment outlook remains positive, as it has been for several years now, with an average 167,000 new

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Job Opportunities in Germany

More than 55% of German workers are trained in a dual-education system known as VET (Vocational Education and Training), which has roots in medieval craft guilds. VET combines classroom instruction with on-the-job training. The VET system currently covers more than

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Living and Working in the Netherlands

With a growing economy, high quality of life and reasonable cost of living, the Netherlands is a good choice for foreign nationals looking for a move abroad. By Mary Anne Thompson, founder and president, Goinglobal Inc. Living in the Netherlands

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Guatemala: Work Permits and Visas

Foreign nationals planning to travel, work or study in Guatemala generally require a visa. Depending on the length of the trip and the applicant’s nationality, different requirements apply. Guatemala is a member of the Central America Border Control Agreement (CA-4). The agreement is a treaty signed by Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua which allows free movement of people among the four countries.

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Peru: Work Permits and Visas Overview

Traveling to Peru generally requires a visa and may involve extensive documentation to meet the application requirements. There are a number of different types of visas available including, transit visas, tourist visas, business visas, working (resident) visas, religious visas, journalist visas and student visas.

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Taiwan: Work Permits and Visas

Traveling to Taiwan (People’s Republic of China) generally requires a visa; both the foreign national’s country of residence and the country of origin determine visa requirements.

Most foreign nationals may obtain short-term visitor visas through the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office or Republic of China (ROC) embassy or consulate, unless they are from countries that participate in Taiwan’s visa-exempt program.

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Shanghai: A Single Work Permit for Expats

Great news for foreigners looking to become expats in China. As of November 1, 2016, the two types of work permits for ordinary foreign employees and foreign experts will be streamlined into one, which means foreigners will only need to apply for one unified work permit.

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