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Worldwide Expat News - Page 32 of 288

Keep up to date with the latest expat news from around the world.

Changes to Saudi Employment Laws Spell Good News for Expats

" Over the past few months the news for expats in Saudi Arabia seems to have been consistently bad. One new rule after another has beenintroduced that will make being an expat in Saudi Arabia harder than everbefore. These rules affect everything from limiting how many expat employmentpositions are available through to where expats can live and the impact thelength of their stay may have on their employer. Now, for the first time inmonths, it seems that there may actually be some good ... Read more

Americans Risk Uncertain Financial Future to Pay for Vacations

"A new survey by travel firm Tripping has sought to betterunderstand the American mentality when it comes to vacation time. For too long,workers in the USA have suffered with far less generous vacation time than inmany other Western nations. Typically countries like Canada, France and the UKall enjoy more vacation time each year than their American cousins. Now itseems this lack of vacation time is encouraging Americans to make somequestionable decisions about how best to spend their limited free time.The survey ... Read more

Sunday Times Reveals the Best Place in the World to Live

"British newspaper the Sunday Times recently released an extensive study aiming to rate and rank the world’s destinations, looking for the very best places to live in the UK, Europe and even worldwide.While the Sunday Times list is far from unique – a number of other publishers have been producing similar lists for years – it is interesting all the same to consider their findings. Indeed, in many cases it is the key features between this study and the others ... Read more

Swiss Expats Plan for Forthcoming Elections

"Historically expats have had a tough time when it comes to voting on governmental issues in their home country. Repeatedly over the last few months we have seen one nationality of expats after another being Read more

Revealed: The Best Countries for Falling in Love

"A study into the love lives of expats has revealed some fascinating facts. The study, carried out by InterNations, reveals that an impressive 14% of expats left their home country for love. In some cases this is because an existing partner was moving abroad, and for others it is because they were introduced into a cross-cultural relationship and moved back to their partner’s home country with them.The new study surveyed over 14,000 expats, asking them about their personal relationships. In ... Read more

Long-Serving Expats in Saudi Arabia May Receive Penalty

" Changes are once more afoot for expats in Saudi Arabia. The well-publicised “Saudization” targets are designed to regulate expat workers within the kingdom and force Saudi companies to prioritize local workers over expensive overseas talent.Doing so should, in theory, help to guarantee jobs for deserving Saudi’s and prevent situations occurring as have been seen in some other Middle Eastern countries whereby expats flock to a country taking over many of the vacancies that would otherwise have been filled by locals.Over the ... Read more

TripAdvisor Names Best Country in the World

"For many tourists and expats alike, travel website TripAdvisor has become something of an institution. The scale of the site these days is truly mind-blogging. It offers over 200 million reviews on more than 4.5 million businesses in 147,000 destinations around the world.It also offers 29 million photographs taken by users and access to over 70 million members with a single email. No wonder then that at the time of writing TripAdvisor was Read more

Expatriate Healthcare Launches International Term Assurance

"Expatriate Healthcare has launched an international term assurance policy to provide cover for expats even if they relocate permanently overseas.Customers will be able to apply online or via brokers and pay their premiums monthly in sterling, dollars or euros, as well as taking their cover with them when they move country.If sold via a broker for an individual, the application can be done either by proposal form or online. Group applications are via brokers and submitted offline.Cover Magazine" Read more

British Expats’ Love of Chocolate Comes Under Fire

"If there's one thing the Brits love it's their Cadbury's chocolate. Persistently rated as one of the biggest things that Read more

Foreign and Commonwealth Office Reveals Surprising Requests Received

"The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) exists to helpBritish citizens overseas to resolve serious welfare issues. Examples of thetypes of requests that the FCO can help with include helping to sourcereplacement travel documents such as passports, to support victims of crime orassist those that have been hospitalized overseas.In essence, the FCO exists to help support the welfare ofBritish citizens overseas, and are often able to resolve potentially serioussituations. In other words they're a lifeline for British expats around theworld, responding ... Read more
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