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30.10.2013
Finding Adventure, Accommodation and Work in Paris - Part Two Missed Part One? Read it here, and read about Alex's first challenges on arriving in Paris Whilst house hunting, I was also busy sorting out my work situation. If you don’t speak good French, your generally have a few options. I am currently working as a babysitter, where I am tasked...
15.10.2013
Finding Adventure, Accommodation and Work In Paris - Part One Seeking a challenge and an adventure, Alex, 23, moved to Paris in September. Here he shares his experiences so far, including essential advice on everything from accommodation, searching for a job, nightlife, to swimming pool etiquette. I finished my studies in June, and over the...
11.10.2013
When summer rolls around, maybe you’re thinking about the warm weather and beach season ahead – but others are thinking of something else. How to find work abroad. You probably have a ton of questions, like: “How do I even find a job abroad?” “Do I need to speak another language?” “How do I get the proper documentation and visas or work permits...
02.10.2013
World of Expats are pleased to share News for International AutoSource.  On a recent trip to the Philippines, the company were able to make a charitable donation to an orphanage in Manila that they support. Woodbury, NY,  October 1, 2013: International AutoSource is committed to improving the quality of life for those worldwide. During a recent...
01.10.2013
1. Costa Rica The land of “pura vida,” Costa Rica is one of the most developed countries in Central America.  In 2012, it was ranked #1 on the “happy planet index” by the New Economics Foundation. Why Costa Rica? Costa Rica has one of the highest standards of living of any Central American country.  It’s also one of the most literate countries in...