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Working and Studying Abroad

Moving to Italy? Here’s 7 blogs to check out …

Thinking of moving to Italy? Then here's some blogs from expats who have already made that move. Read all about their lives in Italy and the fun and frustration they have in their new lives. Runbritchickrun - http://runbritchickrun.wordpress.com/ I love to blog about...

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Portable Careers: web developer

Being a web developer (as I am) is great for one good reason - I can work from anywhere. As long as I have my PC and an internet connection then I can work for anyone, anywhere I like. Of course it isn't as easy as it sounds, I have been a web developer for over 10...

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Moving to Austria? 9 blogs to check out…

When considering a move abroad it's always worth checking out what other expats' lives are like, what they've found is good and what is not so good. They also pass along insider tips that can make a real difference when moving to a new country. Here's 9 blogs to check...

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Portable careers: make a living as a travel writer

One of the simplest and easiest (and not to mention cheapest) ways of making a living which is portable is to be a travel writer. Being a writer generally is a great idea but of course the very act of moving abroad means that the travel writing niche is perfect. There...

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Starting a business abroad? Maybe TV can help!

Move Me Abroad has been contacted by a production company in the UK looking for couples and families who want to make changes to their lives and start running their own business but need some expert help to identify the right opportunity. In addition they are not just...

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15 Ideas for Portable Careers

If you're not moving abroad with work then one of the biggest challenges when moving abroad is how to earn an income. Here are 15 low-cost ideas to get you started and we'll be focusing on location independent careers in future posts so don't forget to come back!...

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Expat Outlook: Interview with a Happy Costa Rican

Among the people I’ve been including in my circle of expat friends during the past years, one of them in particular stood out. Why? Because he’s always happy. Genuinely happy. Miguel Mena is originally from San José, the capital city of Costa Rica, a country which,...

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Expat Outlook: An American in Bonn

Imagine landing into a new country after having only three weeks time to prepare for your move. You don’t speak a word of that country’s language and once you get off the plane and start asking for directions on how to get into the city, nobody understands what you’re...

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Expat Outlook: In a Quest for Chinese Dragons

I admit. I’m utterly addicted to other people’s storytelling. Listening to where life (and sometimes love) has taken them, the various corners of the world they’ve travelled to, explored, worked or studied in, is one of the most exciting things for me. I may be a...

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