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Moving Your Career to Stockholm, Sweden

Posted by on Dec 20, 2016 in Expat Lifestyle, Global Career Blog, Global Job Search, International Resume/CV Tips, Interviewing Globally | 1 comment

Moving Your Career to Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm is a multicultural city with a population of about one million people, representing nationalities from all over the world. It is a fast growing city with green space and rivers and streams running coursing around more than 17 islands all connected by bridges. Stockholm is considered one of the greenest cities in the world and it has been nicknamed the Venice of the North.   The winters are dark and cold with the spring melting the snow as the days become longer and longer reaching its peak at the summer solstice in June which has Sweden’s longest day of the year with the...

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Moving Your Career to Switzerland

Posted by on Dec 13, 2016 in Expat Lifestyle, Global Career Blog, Global Job Search, International Resume/CV Tips, Interviewing Globally, Networking Internationally | 0 comments

Moving Your Career to Switzerland

Ever thought about giving your career an international boost by moving to Europe? If so, Switzerland is the place to be. Switzerland is an extremely safe, beautiful country with an excellent education system and a high standard of living. In big cities like Geneva and Zürich, French and English are widely spoken. Twenty-one percent of Switzerland’s residents are not Swiss so you won’t feel left out.   During the week, the Swiss work hard, and on the weekend it is time to relax. They go skiing in the winter and hiking or swimming in one of the country’s beautiful lakes in the summer. Or...

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Moving Your Career to Vancouver, Canada

Posted by on Dec 6, 2016 in Expat Lifestyle, Global Career Blog, Global Job Search, International Resume/CV Tips, Interviewing Globally, Networking Internationally | 0 comments

Moving Your Career to Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver is known as one of the most livable cities in the world but Vancouver is not for everyone. The city has become a place for the wealthy as house prices have skyrocketed and continue to go up. Unfortunately, salaries have not kept up with the cost of living. Vancouver is much smaller compared to Toronto which boasts many company headquarters. Instead, most of the companies in Vancouver are small businesses, employing less than 200 people. Perhaps because of this, many people chose to become a consultant or start their own business.   British Columbia and Vancouver have become a...

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