Over the past couple of years extremist views and parties have become more popular. Residency rules are being tightened, working visas are becoming harder to obtain – and terrorist attacks are happening randomly, without warning, across the world. How will all of this affect us, the migrant population?
I just can’t re-integrate (and other returning-expat blues)
Does returning to your “home” country fill you with more anxiety than moving away did? Find out what other expats feel about reverse culture shock and more… The […]
Global migration and managing your expat credit score
Moving around the world as an expat has some big benefits, but it can also have some downsides. One of the big negatives is not being able to […]
More women needed! The potential rise of the female working expat
Businesses need more women to “execute global business plans” says a new report, yet many internationally located companies are not employing or promoting enough young women to carry […]
How is your expat life? Better or worse than last year?
How’s life at the moment? OK, pretty good, great or an endless struggle? The OECD’s annual ‘How’s Life?’ report makes a pretty good stab at measuring how people […]
Does Catalonia’s bid for independence affect you?
If you live in one of the many areas of Europe or, indeed, the rest of the world, does the local fight for independence, whether peaceful or forceful, […]
6 key variables critical for happiness wherever you live
Do you live in one of the top 10 most happy countries? What makes you happy there if you do? Is it something as simple as having someone […]
Global work visas changing thanks to digital nomads and expat tech talent
The digital nomad revolution is all around you and it’s probably affecting you far more than you may think. Here’s why… If you’re sitting in a coffee shop […]
UK Brexit plans: are you bored or boiling with rage?
While the UK and the EU wrangle their way through Brexit, do you sit back and wait, stifle a yawn or get upset and feel unsettled? Here’s a […]
Is the UK already sidelined or ready to prosper from Brexit?
As you – a British or EU expat – contemplate your lunch in the UK, the EU, or even further afield, do the Brexit shenanigans make you feel […]