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  •   More and more expats are now choosing to work in an entirely remote manner, whether they are contracted or freelancers. Although not the most stable lifestyle, many choose this lifestyle purely for the adventure, and flexibility that it affords. Who wouldn’t want to be able to work sitting in a Japanese bamboo forest, or in an Icelandic thermal spring? Although these examples might not be the m...

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  • When starting your new life abroad, depending on your destination, one of the greatest challenges can be learning the language. Although many people in a variety of international destinations may speak excellent English, not speaking the native tongue can throw up significant barriers to proper integration. Expats need to create ties in their new homes to fully feel part of society, and not bec...

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  • After last month’s look at (sometimes excessive) drinking across the globe, everyone could do with getting some food, but how about something a bit more high-class than the average late-night burger? In fact, let’s forget everything but the very best food on offer, everything but the world’s 50 best restaurants. We searched through the online archives of Restaurant Magazine’s ‘The World’s 50 Best...

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  •   Everyone loves a drink. Well, those of us who drink do. However, some of us like one a bit more than others. Do you think you could drink over 15 litres of pure alcohol in a year because apparently some of us can! Stay with us as we delve into the OECD’s online database, this time to look at which countries are the biggest drinkers, and where not to go if you fancy a cold one after work.     ...

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  •     Global workforce management faces constant development due to changing demands in talents and evolving global markets.   ExpatFinder looks into two new reports regarding the emerging trends in global talent assignments and workforce mobility. AXA’s ‘World of Work Report: Developing Global Talent for International Business’ offers interesting data that shows the perspective of hiring companies...

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  • Last month we released our new report, the Global Bike Sharing Survey 2017, in which we studied the availability and pricing of over 700 public bike sharing schemes across the globe. Focusing on the number of bike sharing systems and how the various pricing models make them ideal for commuters, we discovered that China is currently the global leader, with 174 schemes across 30 of its 34 divisio...

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  • Since the Korea was divided along the 38th parallel at the end of the War in July 1953, the communist North and capitalist South have been at each other’s throats, with the North regularly taunting the South and their many allies. There have been ups and down in the relationship between the two sides over the past 50+ years, with the North tending to increase the volume of their near-constant s...

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  • On the back of yesterday’s release of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Taxing Wages 2017 report*, ExpatFinder.com analysed additional OECD data to find what this all means for expats planning on a global move 2017. Along with taxable income, another key factor motivating an expat’s move should be the individual’s wages to hours worked ratio for maximised income a...

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  • Since the dawn of humankind when people bartered for goods with obsidian, everyone has wanted something for nothing, or at least something for as little as they can get away with. This obviously continues today, although instead of obsidian and cocoa beans we trade little bits of paper and metal or even just imaginary numbers on computers. We all want the largest salary in the world for doing a...

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  • Bothersome Browsing Governments worldwide have been increasing internet surveillance and censorship for a variety of reasons in recent years. From Britain’s Investigatory Powers Act, which expanded the powers of the UK intelligence community, to the infamous Great Firewall of China that prevents people in the country from accessing sensitive information, it can be hard to know where you stand and...

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  • It is true when they say that the Internet creates a “global village”, where distance is no longer a barrier, and anyone can find out about anything from anywhere. With that much information in the cyberspace, it does not take long for someone to start drawing comparisons and identifying global trends.   As such, maps no longer just show you geography, but pop culture, behaviours, fun facts, expat...

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  • Thinking of starting a life abroad? The idea seems simple and intimidating at the same time. Yes, you have got the air tickets. Passport, wallet and mobile phone – checked. Yourself – checked. Ready to go..? Not quite. As much as most of us like to think we are that spontaneous to uproot and run, without a care or a plan, reality does not work like that.     That said, be careful not to get too f...

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