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Websites for Expats
A collection of websites useful for expats. Do you have one to contribute? Add a comment!
Located in Community / Social / Expat Websites
Careers and Jobs on the Move
What work is available to expatriate, trailing spouses, who follow their partner in a move abroad should they wish to continue in their profession? Many opportunities have opened in the world of portable careers and telecommuting, in the last few years. Let's explore them.
Located in Expat Life / All documents - Working Abroad
Suggestions to make the 'landing' back home as soft as possible. Tips about moving back to your home country after a stint (or more) abroad.
Located in Expat Life / All documents - Working Abroad
Expat Networking: Holidays are a Great Time to Nurture and Grow your Network
The holidays provide numerous opportunities to nurture and grow your network. So whether you are an expat in the midst of a job search, or a career-savvy expatriate who understands that managing your career means taking regular action towards building and strengthening your network, here are a few networking suggestions for the holiday season.
Located in Community / Megan's Expat Career Corner / Networking tips
Things to Consider Before Relocating Abroad Within Your Company
The choice to relocate with your company is an important one. There are things to consider before making this important decision.
Located in Community / Megan's Expat Career Corner / Expat Careers
Learn from Experienced Expats How to Relocate Abroad Successfully While avoiding Newbies Pitfalls
The Directory connects you to social expat networks around the world at a local and global level. Have we missed any? Let us know
Located in Destinations / Australia / A City Guide - SYDNEY
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Located in Destinations / Australia / A City Guide - SYDNEY
Financial File or 'Family File'
It is important for expatriates to have a firm grasp on the fact that many situations change when they live abroad. It is dangerous for new expatriates to assume that things are dealt with in the same way as in their home country. Travelling often adds a level of complexity to the organisation and filing of all personal papers that are important. Paguro explains why creating a 'Family File' is so crucial for expats.
Located in Expat Life / Health
Time is ticking and you need to get ready to leave the country, here is a schedule for the last few weeks that could help setting the priorities.
Located in Moving abroad? / The Expat Bible