Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
Moving to a new country can offer a whole range of new opportunities, in terms of career, education, and the overall quality of your life. As well as the opportunities that moving abroad brings it also delivers a number of challenges and often language is the biggest challenge to overcome.
Language is absolutely integral to human life. We use it to build relationships, complete everyday transactions and make a living. A language barrier when living abroad can make you feel isolated and ...Read more
We live in a world that is ever-increasingly defined by change and adaptation. At no time has this been more apparent than during the socio-economic problems encountered over the last five years. Companies have outsourced or downsized, wages can hardly keep up with rife inflation and there may be fewer domestic prospects for employment than in the past. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that many individuals are considering a move abroad. In particular, Spain has become an attractive option ...Read more
We live in a time dictated by increased competition, globalisation, and a seemingly perpetually sluggish domestic economy. While many of the effects can be felt financially, another ancillary and yet profound result is that we have witnessed a large number of jobs moving overseas. So, why are jobs moving overseas? Let us examine a few key factors that have led to this exodus.Lower Cost of LivingOne of the major reasons that companies are seeking life outside of the United Kingdom is ...Read more
Choosing to move abroad is a big decision; when considering moving abroad a number of factors need to be taken into account. One of the major factors which you should examine when moving overseas is the cost. A number of the typical costs of emigrating are covered in this article. Some may seem obvious, but many are commonly overlooked. The most basic cost of moving is that of transporting yourself, your family and your possessions. This can vary a lot depending on ...Read more
Australia is a very common choice for US and UK citizens who are looking to start a new life in an area with a similar culture and quality of life. Comparing the AUD currency to your current Country’s currency is not the most effective way to get a general idea about the cost of living. Depending on the strength of your Country’s currency, you may believe Australian prices are expensive or cheap; however, when you live in Australia and earn Australian ...Read more