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  • Expat Exchange - Work Abroad - International Jobs - Jobs Abroad - Teaching Abroad - Working in Florence, Italy - Advice from Expats on ExpatExchange.com
    Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe Join Sign In Home Italy Forum Italy Guide Italy Resources Italy Real Estate International Jobs Home Italy Forum Italy Guide Italy Resources Italy Real Estate International Jobs Italy Italy Newsletter 10 Tips for Living in Italy More Italy Tips Italy Expat Blogs Italy Travel Warnings City Guides Guide to Living in Bergamo Guide to Living in Florence Guide to Living in Milan Guide to Living in Rome Guide to Living in Torino Guide to Living in Verona Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration Expat Advice Working in Florence Italy Comments Print Tweet Share Your Experiences Working Abroad What is the name of the city or town that you are reporting on Florence What are the main industries in this city What types of career opportunities commonly exist How do most people find new jobs Tourism tourism tourism Florence is based on the tourist At the beginning of the summer months tourism was down and I was in danger of losing my job My boss had to cut back on my hours for a month because of the lack of tourists Career opportunities for outsiders would most likely be in the hotel industry Working for one of the major hotels in the US first then trying to get transfered overseas is the best way to work the legal way What type of work do you do and how did you find your job I am a salesperson at the local outdoor market It s not the most glamorous but it is paying the rent I got my job through my roomate who works there as well How did you obtain your work permit What advice would you have for others about work permits I don t have a work permit I wish I did but it s nearly impossible for someone who is not hired by a foreign company or is not a student to attain a work permit Have you taken language and cross cultural training courses to prepare for your assignment If so how have they helped you on the job I enrolled in a month long Italian class that helped quite a bit For me the best way to learn the language has been to live day to day here Just going to the market or seeing a movie is the best way to learn how the locals speak What advice would you offer others about finding jobs and working abroad If you can get hired by an Italian company or find any other way to attain a work permit before getting here because it will make your life 100 easier More Expat Advice about Working in Italy Working In Florence Italy View all Reports Worldwide Write a Comment about this Expat Report Sign In to post a

    Original URL path: http://www.expatexchange.com/advice/65/640/58/Italy/Jobs-In-Florence (2016-02-11)
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  • Expat Exchange - Work Abroad - International Jobs - Jobs Abroad - Teaching Abroad - Working in Frankfurt, Germany - Advice from Expats on ExpatExchange.com
    in Erlangen Guide to Living in Frankfurt Guide to Living in Hamburg Guide to Living in Heidelberg Guide to Living in Karlsruhe Guide to Living in Munich Guide to Living in Nordrhein Westfalen Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration Expat Advice Working in Frankfurt Germany Comments Print Tweet Share Your Experiences Working Abroad What is the name of the city or town that you are reporting on Frankfurt What are the main industries in this city What types of career opportunities commonly exist How do most people find new jobs Banking and Airlines by far Many multinational companies are in Frankfurt so jobs for ex pats are somewhat more common there than in many other German cities What type of work do you do and how did you find your job Database Marketing Consulting Joined an advertising agency in Chicago and was moved overseas for 1 year How did you obtain your work permit What advice would you have for others about work permits My company arranged for my work and residency permit They also arranged for my partner s residency permit but since it was a short term assignment they did not want to arrange a work permit as well so he was not allowed to seek enployment Have you taken language and cross cultural training courses to prepare for your assignment If so how have they helped you on the job My company arranged for a budget for language classes but they were not compulsory They also arranged a 2 day cross cultural training class but I found it to be a complete waste of my time The reference book they provided with the class was helpful though If you were transferred abroad by your employer were you guaranteed a job upon repatriation What type of mentoring programs does your employer offer I had a job waiting for me but I just as easily could have needed to stay longer instead of returning No formal mentoring programs are in place at my company What advice would you offer others about finding jobs and working abroad For Germany at least do not assume that any lasting change can take place in 1 year My company wanted to be optimistic but there should have been no way for my assignment to be less than 18 24 months A year is enough to get the groundwork laid but not show the progress needed Make sure that rules concerning your spouse or significant other are clear and fair I e make sure that YOU are the person to decide when and how you get home stateside in an emergency and that you and your spouse or significant other can identify what constitutes that emergency Ask for introductions to major players in the new office as

    Original URL path: http://www.expatexchange.com/advice/65/2037/3/Germany/Jobs-In-Frankfurt (2016-02-11)
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  • Expat Exchange - Work Abroad - International Jobs - Jobs Abroad - Teaching Abroad - Working in Guatemala City, Guatemala - Advice from Expats on ExpatExchange.com
    Republic Slovenia Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad Tob Turkey Turkmenistan UAE Uganda UK Ukraine United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe Join Sign In Home Guatemala Forum Guatemala Guide Guatemala Resources Guatemala Real Estate International Jobs Home Guatemala Forum Guatemala Guide Guatemala Resources Guatemala Real Estate International Jobs Guatemala Guatemala Newsletter 10 Tips for Living in Guatemala More Guatemala Tips Guatemala Expat Blogs Guatemala Travel Warnings City Guides Guide to Living in Guatemala City Guide to Living in Lake Atitlan Guide to Living in San Pedro La Laguna Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration Expat Advice Working in Guatemala City Guatemala Comments Print Tweet Share Your Experiences Working Abroad What is the name of the city or town that you are reporting on Guatemala City What are the main industries in this city What types of career opportunities commonly exist How do most people find new jobs More int l job opportunities in Guatemala focus around NGOs education and science What type of work do you do and how did you find your job I worked at an international school I found my job through tieonline com The International Educator How did you obtain your work permit What advice would you have for others about work permits My school obtained a work visa for myself and a dependant visa for my husband Having a visa here isn t a huge deal b c you just leave the country every 90 days and you should be fine to stay for an extended amount of time Have you taken language and cross cultural training courses to prepare for your assignment If so how have they helped you on the job I already wanted to lean Spanish so coming here has been a dream for it The school provides Spanish lessons you have to pay for but private tutoring is readily available and inexpensive If you were transferred abroad by your employer were you guaranteed a job upon repatriation What type of mentoring programs does your employer offer I sought out a position abroad What advice would you offer others about finding jobs and working abroad The zones an expat would live and work in for Guatemala City are overall mainly safe We do not feel threatened and have never seen a dangerous crime There is no visible gang activity or violence where we live but we stay out of the dangerous parts of the city We really enjoy living here More Expat Advice about Working in Guatemala Working In Guatemala City Guatemala View all Reports Worldwide Write a Comment about this Expat Report Sign In to post a comment Join Today free Join Expat Exchange to meet expats in your area or get

    Original URL path: http://www.expatexchange.com/advice/65/20734/49/Guatemala/Jobs-In-Guatemala-City (2016-02-11)
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  • Expat Exchange - Work Abroad - International Jobs - Jobs Abroad - Teaching Abroad - Working in Hamilton, Bermuda - Advice from Expats on ExpatExchange.com
    Romania Russia Rwanda Saint Lucia Saudi Arabia Scotland Senegal Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad Tob Turkey Turkmenistan UAE Uganda UK Ukraine United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe Join Sign In Home Bermuda Forum Bermuda Guide Bermuda Resources Bermuda Real Estate International Jobs Home Bermuda Forum Bermuda Guide Bermuda Resources Bermuda Real Estate International Jobs Bermuda Bermuda Newsletter 10 Tips for Living in Bermuda More Bermuda Tips Bermuda Expat Blogs Bermuda Travel Warnings City Guides Guide to Living in Bermuda Guide to Living in Hamilton Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration Expat Advice Working in Hamilton Bermuda Comments Print Tweet Share Your Experiences Working Abroad What is the name of the city or town that you are reporting on Hamilton What are the main industries in this city What types of career opportunities commonly exist How do most people find new jobs There are alot of chefs and waitresses working out there who are mostly expats Bermudians do not like to work unsociable hours so do not seem th be interested in these type of jobs There are also lots of English nanny s and hairdressers The agencies normally find the staff which the Bermudians can not fill What type of work do you do and how did you find your job I worked as a Silver service Bar Waitress This was advertised in the Caterer magazine How did you obtain your work permit What advice would you have for others about work permits This was arranged by the agency in Bermuda You have to forward copies of qualifications and a C V Have you taken language and cross cultural training courses to prepare for your assignment If so how have they helped you on the job No language course needed The culture is very much like American If you were transferred abroad by your employer were you guaranteed a job upon repatriation What type of mentoring programs does your employer offer Not applicable What advice would you offer others about finding jobs and working abroad Certainly in Bermuda it was quite easy through the Bermudian agency We worked a six day week which was pretty normal for catering staff My appartment was already found for me by the resturant this is the largest expence More Expat Advice about Working in Bermuda Working In Hamilton Bermuda Working In Hamilton Bermuda Working In Paget Bermuda Working In Pembroke Bermuda View all Reports Worldwide Write a Comment about this Expat Report Sign In to post a comment Join Today free Join Expat Exchange to meet expats in your area or get advice before your move It s FREE and takes 1 minute List a Property free Overseas Real

    Original URL path: http://www.expatexchange.com/advice/65/21006/21/Bermuda/Jobs-In-Hamilton (2016-02-11)
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  • Expat Exchange - Work Abroad - International Jobs - Jobs Abroad - Teaching Abroad - Working in Hamilton, Bermuda - Advice from Expats on ExpatExchange.com
    Saint Lucia Saudi Arabia Scotland Senegal Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad Tob Turkey Turkmenistan UAE Uganda UK Ukraine United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe Join Sign In Home Bermuda Forum Bermuda Guide Bermuda Resources Bermuda Real Estate International Jobs Home Bermuda Forum Bermuda Guide Bermuda Resources Bermuda Real Estate International Jobs Bermuda Bermuda Newsletter 10 Tips for Living in Bermuda More Bermuda Tips Bermuda Expat Blogs Bermuda Travel Warnings City Guides Guide to Living in Bermuda Guide to Living in Hamilton Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration Expat Advice Working in Hamilton Bermuda Comments Print Tweet Share Your Experiences Working Abroad What is the name of the city or town that you are reporting on Hamilton What are the main industries in this city What types of career opportunities commonly exist How do most people find new jobs Offshore Insurance and Tourism Government has a policy of actively recruiting Bermudians so any expat here must be better qualified than a local not hard and there must not be a local who can do the job Very few opportunities to move jobs once here permit is issued for specific job for specific time frame What type of work do you do and how did you find your job Teaching Found job through the Times Ed Supplement online www tesjobs co uk How did you obtain your work permit What advice would you have for others about work permits Permit arranged by the government or employer here Very simple If employer will not arrange the permit do not come they are not a legitimate outfit If you were transferred abroad by your employer were you guaranteed a job upon repatriation What type of mentoring programs does your employer offer N A although teaching is in great need of teachers worldwide so can pretty much write own ticket What advice would you offer others about finding jobs and working abroad Research research and then research talk to people who have been there and not just on holiday Go online and listen to what people say about the place be aware of bitter and cynical people but then again what has turned them this way Go to as many sites books sources as you can forewarned is forearmed More Expat Advice about Working in Bermuda Working In Hamilton Bermuda Working In Hamilton Bermuda Working In Paget Bermuda Working In Pembroke Bermuda View all Reports Worldwide Write a Comment about this Expat Report Sign In to post a comment Join Today free Join Expat Exchange to meet expats in your area or get advice before your move It s FREE and takes 1 minute List a Property free Overseas Real

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  • Expat Exchange - Work Abroad Advice form Expats - International Jobs - Jobs Abroad - Teaching Abroad - Working in
    Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Rwanda Saint Lucia Saudi Arabia Scotland Senegal Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad Tob Turkey Turkmenistan UAE Uganda UK Ukraine United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe Join Sign In Home Country Forums Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Home Country Forums Global Forum Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Moving Overseas Culture Shock Expat Healthcare Expat Tax Finance FACTA FBAR Expat Blogs Retire Overseas Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration Working Overseas Share Your Experiences Working Abroad Austria Working In Vienna Austria Barbados Working In St Lawrence gap Barbados Belgium Working In Brussels Belgium Bermuda Working In Hamilton Bermuda Working In Hamilton Bermuda Working In Paget Bermuda Working In Pembroke Bermuda Bolivia Working In La Paz Bolivia Canada Working In Vancouver Canada Working In Vancouver Canada China Working In Beijing China Colombia Working In Bogota Colombia Costa Rica Working In cleveland Costa Rica Working In Jaco Costa Rica Working In San Jose Costa Rica Working In San Jose Costa Rica Working In San Jose Costa Rica Working In San Vito Costa Rica Cyprus Working In Limassol Cyprus Working In Nicosia Cyprus Working In Paphos Cyprus Denmark Working In Copenhagen Denmark Dominican Rep Working In Santo Domingo Dominican Rep France Working In Paris France Germany Working In Dusseldorf Germany Working In Dusseldorf Germany Working In Frankfurt Germany Working In Munich Germany Guatemala Working In Guatemala City Guatemala Indonesia Working In Jakarta Indonesia Ireland Working In Dublin Ireland Working In Dublin Ireland Italy Working In Florence Italy Korea Working In ChangWon Korea Working In Seoul Korea Working In Suwon Korea Kuwait Working In Kuwait City Kuwait Luxembourg Working In Luxembourg Luxembourg Malaysia Working In Ipoh Malaysia Working In Penang Malaysia Mexico Working In Mexico City Mexico Working In Monterrey Mexico Netherlands Working In Rotterdam Netherlands Working In Tilburg Netherlands New Zealand Working In Napier New Zealand Norway Working In Kristiansand Norway Philippines Working In Manila Philippines Working In Manila Philippines Romania Working In Bucharest Romania Saudi Arabia Working In Al Khobar Saudi Arabia Working In Dhahran Saudi Arabia Switzerland Working In Olten Switzerland Working In Zug Switzerland Taiwan Working In Tainan Taiwan Trinidad Tobago Working In Port of Spain Trinidad Tobago Turkey Working In Istanbul Turkey Working In Izmir Turkey UAE Working In Dubai UAE Working In Dubai UAE UK Working In London UK Working In Mildenhall UK US Working In Sebastian US Vietnam Working In Hanoi Vietnam Join Today free Join Expat Exchange to meet expats in your area or get advice before your move It s FREE and takes 1 minute List a Property free Overseas Properties View All Property Listings El Valle Panama

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  • Expat Exchange - A Holiday Survival Guide for Expats - 3 Top Tips - Expat Holiday Guide, Expats Holidays
    Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Home Country Forums Global Forum Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Moving Overseas Culture Shock Expat Healthcare Expat Tax Finance FACTA FBAR Expat Blogs Retire Overseas Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration A Holiday Survival Guide for Expats 3 Top Tips By Dhyan Summers MA LMFT Comments Print Tweet Summary Expats can sometimes find the holidays challenging Dhyan Summers has some excellent advice on how to navigate the season and all of the unique stressors that expats encounter while living abroad As we delve deeper into December the holidays take up more time and space For some expats it can be a stressful time of year whether you re going home staying in your host country or going on a holiday Here are 3 top tips for making the most of the holiday season Tip 1 Plan something new and different Wherever you re spending the holidays try to plan something unique to do This can be traveling to a new country or simply suggesting something new to do on Christmas Day like going to the movies If you have a tendency to feel lonely or depressed around the holidays this can be a great pick me up Tip 2 Reach out to others If you re an expat who is not going home try reaching out to others this holiday season This might mean contacting other expats and starting a new tradition or volunteering to help out at a Christmas dinner for those less fortunate If you re living in a non Christian country try inviting friends from your host country to a traditional Christmas brunch or dinner When you shift the focus from yourself to others it s guaranteed to lift your spirits and that was the original idea Tip 3 Make a budget and stickd to it Think about what you re willing to spend this holiday season taking into account gifts travel and entertainment Then make your plans accordingly The holidays can be expensive for everyone and more so for expats away from home Usually we decide what we want to do and then figure out what it will cost But this is really working backwards and creates added stress It can be a great relief to put parameters around holiday spending and who knows what kind of creative ideas you can come up with In general the more creative you can be about how you spend the holidays this year the more enjoyable they will be Try enlisting the help of family and friends if appropriate so a good time can be had by all About the Author Dhyan Summers MA LMFT is the Director of Expat Counseling and Coaching Services providing online services to expats To book a free

    Original URL path: http://www.expatexchange.com/article/4671/Expat-Holidays-Survival-Tips-A-Holiday-Survival-Guide-for-Expats---3-Top-Tips (2016-02-11)
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  • Expat Guide to Living Abroad
    for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration Expat Guide to Living Abroad Whether you re already living abroad or preparing to move overseas our Expat Guide to Living Overseas can help guide you For answers to specific questions use our Country Forums to talk with other expats and retirees already living abroad Additional Articles 5 Tips for Living in Vienna Austria Vienna Austria has been ranked as one of world s most livable cities for the last several years With its thriving nightlife cultural attractions and low crime rates Vienna seems to have it all However many expats in Vienna shared with Expat Exchange that they feel unwelcome and disconnected from the Viennese people Learn how some eventually broke through and developed long lasting friendships 5 Tips For Living in Medellin Colombia Expats living in Medellin Colombia report that there are safe places to live and that the nightlife is fun too Read about how to live in Medellin a city that has become quite a popular destination for expats 10 Tips for Living in Malaysia Expats in Malaysia agree that living in Malaysia has its pros and cons Expats love the welcoming Malay people cultural diversity lower cost of living and amazing food Many find that the noisiness dirty city streets and dangerous driving conditions can be a challenge Where you choose to live makes a big difference in lifestyle as well Top 3 Questions About Accidental Americans What happens when an expat or the child of an expat is deemed by the IRS to be a U S citizen and consequently a U S taxpayer David McKeegan of Greenback Expat Tax Services provides expert insight on how to manage this scenario 8 Tips for Living in Turin Italy Expats in Turin Italy share advice for people moving to Turin From the reality that life in Italy is challenging to the fact that most apartments come without kitchens and should be negotiated for as part of your rent expats constantly stress that you should be prepared what awaits you in this city in Northern Italy 10 Tips for Living in Lake Chapala Mexico Lake Chapala is one of Mexico s most popular expat destinations especially among retirees Expats love Lake Chapala s near perfect climate beautiful lakeside homes low cost of living and thriving expat community Sadly Lake Chapala is not immune to Mexico s drug cartel related violence which those thinking of moving to Lake Chapala should take into consideration Top 5 Tips For Moving to Boston Expats in Boston will find one of the most popular and beloved cities in the United States Its rich history waterfront setting and diverse job offerings make it a popular destination for U S citizens and expats alike Retiring Abroad Where Do I Really Want to Retire Deciding where to retire abroad is a difficult decision Author Suzie Hammond offers some advice for expanding your list of possible destinations Moving with Your Pet to the UK If you re moving

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