Some people move abroad for a job – others will face the difficult task of trying to find a job abroad. Whether you are moving abroad to follow your partner, or your own dream of living in another country, one of the first priorities is usually to find work. Depending on what country you come from and what country you’ve moved to, you will face a unique set of challenges. Don’t let anyone fool you, finding work in a different country is no easy task! However, there are some general areas in which most people encounter problems, and there are ways of dealing with them. These are my tips:
…and all of a sudden it’s been one month already. One month since I packed up and left, said goodbye for good, and moved abroad to join my husband. It’s been a busy month, but we accomplished a lot in terms of setting up our new life here. However, there are also many things that still need doing, and a lot of other stuff that has simply fallen by the wayside because we’ve been so busy.
Packing up your entire life and moving abroad to a different country can be quite daunting. Each phase of starting a new life abroad holds its own challenges, but the first one you have to overcome is setting up your new life. Here are 10 tips to make sure you don’t get overwhelmed:
1. The Moving Basics
Just like any move, make sure you have let everyone know that you are moving and where/how they can reach you in the future. Continue reading