Are you in France looking for a job or maybe wanting to change jobs, or planning to move and are looking for a job remotely?
You may have been browsing the web in search of job ads for foreigners or in English. But, have you considered using the networking strategy to find the right fit for you? More than 70% of jobs are filled thanks to a professional network in France! So you’ll be missing out on many opportunities if you didn’t.
Did you know French people still use their chequebook on a regular basis? It can also be useful for you to have a chequebook, you’ll understand why in this post. Let’s also see the pros and cons of using a French cheque (French check) and the rules you wouldn’t expect and of course how to write a cheque in French!
Do like the French holiday culture? Is it really something specific to France? France actually is not a precursor in terms of the right to paid vacation. Let’s find out more about the French national holidays.
Is it expensive to live in France? A good thing to know when moving to a new country! The cost of living in a country compared to others will depend a lot on your way of life, your income level, your family structure, the currency you earn, and much more. This information will help you answer this question!
Is making French friends a mystery to you? As you are starting over your life, you need to build connections, friendships. Yes, it becomes a need! But how to make French friends? We often take our friendships as granted at home. Now it is a whole other story… Are the French so difficult? Let’s find out how to make French friends!
La rentree is the expression French people uses for the month of September in France. The back to school season, when everyone returns from the summer holidays and organises their school year. The entire country goes back to normal life after being shut down for summer break.
Have you ever needed emergency assistance abroad? An emergency is stressful enough but it is even more in a foreign country and a foreign language. So it is better to be a bit prepared. Know the France emergency numbers in
Your France experience is coming to an end? Whether you are moving back to your home country or expatriating to another country, you have administrative procedures to go through… the same way you did when you first arrived. Here
Preparing an expatriation can be overwhelming. We are always afraid to forget important things. After being expatriated five times myself and assisting expats during my 10 years working in the global mobility industry, here is my 10 tip list to prepare a stress-free expatriation!