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Expat Network Jobs Newsletter

Welcome to Expat Network’s November Jobs Newsletter. As well as links to some of the many new job opportunities available at, we explore some of the many issues affecting your working life as an expat - or would-be expat.

We are, as always, here to help and welcome any suggestions on topics that you would like us to cover. Just write to So if you have any queries about expat jobs or other topics don't hesitate to drop us an email. We love to hear from you!

Shona and The Expat Team

Shona Farrell

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Top Tips When Looking For A Job In America

Working in America remains an attractive opportunity for many. Experience in the US market, the largest in the world, can be a real help in developing your career at home. The lifestyle is another draw, whether it is in New York, the city that never sleeps, Chicago, the windy city, or in California, the sunshine state. What should you consider when looking for a job in America.

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How Does English Proficiency Rank Around The World

Less than a quarter of the world’s English-speakers are ‘natives’ and this is likely to decline further as English becomes increasingly popular as a second language. As globalization moves relentlessly forward English is increasingly the language of business as well as for research and other sectors. Proficiency in the language varies enormously around the world leading to very different experiences for expats trying to settle in different countries.

Which Are The 10 Healthiest Countries To Relocate To?

Deciding to move your life to a different country is a huge step and not one to be taken lightly. From learning a foreign language to country politics and environmental quality, there are a number of factors to take into account when you first start looking at a potential country to call home.

The Importance Of High Risk Insurance Cover

As businesses work hard to expand internationally and expats choose to travel further afield to counter the impact of the challenges they are seeing in many of the more traditional and domestic markets, there has been a marked increase in international travel for business and work to more remote and austere environments with the hope of finding new opportunity and less competition in these far flung corners of the developing world.

An Expat’s Guide To The Cost Of Living In Australia

When planning a move to a new country it is helpful to understand what costs you will face. In her article Swati Iyer looks at the cost of living in Australia covering costs related to renting and buying a home, utilities, food and drink, getting around in a car or on public transport, as well as childcare and education costs.

Is Your CV/Resume Up To Date?

When applying for a job abroad your CV or resume, and increasingly your LinkedIn profile, is the first contact that you have with your potential employer or their agent. You only get one opportunity to make a first impression and with most jobs attracting hundreds of applicants you need to be sure that your CV/resume and covering letter will get you to stand out and reach their initial list of candidates to be called for interview. Most CVs/resumes will get a cursory review to decide whether you are a potential candidate.

If you have any doubt about the impact your CV will make you should consider having it reviewed and professionally written to ensure you get every advantage possible.

Downtime In New Zealand

New Zealand, with its unique blend of Maori and European cultures combined with spectacular scenery, is one of the most popular destinations for both tourists and emigrants. Over 30% of the land is dedicated to national parks and other protected areas. It is a land of soaring mountains, spectacular glaciers, picturesque lakes, volcanic plateaux and thermal wonderlands, as well as miles of glorious coastline. Anyone who has seen Lord of the Rings or The Hobbit will have an idea of how dramatic the landscape can be.

If you move to New Zealand there is no shortage of places to visit when you get a spare moment and even if you are not living there these highlights make it well worth the trip.

Get A New Job

Whatever else is happening in the expat world, now might be the time to think about getting your next assignment, or preparing yourself for employment changes - foreseen or unforeseen. That is why we have been very busy making sure is packed full of the latest job vacancies, classified by role and by industry type, which you can view here. You can also browse by Industry using the buttons below.

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Here are just a few of the current vacancies available:

Remote Part Time English Teacher

Online ESL Teacher - Make up to $22/hr - Apply Now!

Weekend Online Teacher for Children

Online English Instructor - Work from Home

Government Advisor, Algeria

Promotion of engineering and technology co-operations for growth-orientated MSMEs and start-ups.

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Software Engineer & Senior Software Engineer, Singapore

Planning Engineer, Power Generation, Spain

Fabrication/Module Manager, EPC/Yard, Thailand

Commissioning Manager, Siemens, Bahrain

Materials Manager, GE Equipment, USA

Community Fire Safety Officer, Qatar

Sales/Business Development Manager, Polycarbonate, Germany

Offshore FPSO, Mechanical, HVAC, ICSS, Control Room, Angola

Teachers – All sectors, UAE, Philippines, China, Hong Kong, Qatar

Capital Consulting

Expat Network's online Service Directories includes companies to assist with your life overseas. This month we profile Foreign Exchange Services.

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Your Free Guide To Living In France

France is one of the most popular destinations for both tourists and expats. France is the fifth largest economy in the world. Over 150,000 Britons and over 100,000 Americans live there. The Expat Network guide is available whether you are working in Paris or one of the other major cities in France, looking to retire to France to enjoy the lifestyle, scenery and climate or simply moving as a digital nomad to work in a different environment.

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