We wholeheartedly thank Becky Kilsby of Freestyle Careers, for sharing her experience and telling what you can do when you have lost yourself overseas… When I moved to Dubai in 1993 on a 3-year contract with my husband and two small children, I was excited for the new experiences we’d signed up for. I was […]
Claudia has lived in Jakarta for four years. In this article she shares what she has learned about working in Indonesia as an accompanying partner. I have decided to write this article because working in Indonesia as an accompanying partner is an intricate matter. As a mobile career coach, I see more and more expats […]
Giorgia D’Errico is the founder of Fruits&Veggies for fun, a project aimed at encouraging parents to include fruits and vegetables in the diet of their children. Giorgia is an environmental engineer who has been following her husband all over the world. France, Indonesia, Singapore and now Puerto Rico are the destinations that have marked her […]
At the last Expatclic meeting in London, I met a very special woman. Silvia Pierini is an Italian paediatrician, and I’d like to introduce her especially to mothers living in London, because she is an amazing resource! Besides, the story of how she managed to successfully export her profession is really interesting. Silvia is sitting […]
What is professional identity? How do we find it and maintain it? How do we bring it around in our multiple moves? A few days ago I led a group coaching session for the participants of my online course to build a portable career. I shared my insights on professional identity. I always like to start my […]
Delphine Boileau-Terrien is the founder of the Femmes & Hommes de challenges method. She has helped hundreds of women all over the world to transition in a new career by launching their enterprise. She currently lives in Belgium after more than ten years abroad, in China and the United States.
Living abroad can give you a lot of free-lance work opportunities. Read how Mercedes, a Spanish living in Milan, Italy, has shaped a very eclectic career in her host country. I am Spanish, 56 years old, and I have been living in Milan for 27 years. Lately, I had to find a way to […]
Ginevra Niccolini Serragli is the founder of Italian Excellence. In this article she tells us how she became a tourist guide in Hong Kong. You cannot work in Hong Kong with the visa you get upon arrival. If you wish to work, you have three possibilities:
If you are a European citizen and move abroad within the EU, this article is for you. Thanks to Your Europe for the valuable information.