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How to make friends in your new country?

Moving to a new country comes with a lot of challenges – from strange cultural quirks to finding a place to live. But one of the most difficult things is meeting new people.

Why Valencia?

If anyone ever asks you the question, “Why Valencia?” after you’ve explained you have just relocated there, the simple answer is, “Why not?” Safely tucked away out of the hurley burley between Madrid and Barcelona, Valencia is comfortable in its own skin. And what a skin that is. Valencia is an effortlessly livable city, a haven for foodies, culture-vultures and night owls. Valencia has never looked back since it courageously diverted its avowedly flood-prone river around to its outskirts and converted the now dry riverbed into an illustrious verdant park twining its way through the city. On it, Valencia unleashed innovative architectural designs such as the futuristic Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias. Just as critical to Valencia’s enduring attractiveness to residents, visitors and expa...

Places that are being destroyed by tourism

People are curious about the world. This curiosity encourages the exploration of this beautiful planet to discover beyond the boundaries of our own country. Not surprisingly, tourism is the most rapidly developing industry, with over 1.1 billion people traveling annually all around the globe. With all the benefits as employment, economic growth, etc., tourism also brings negative side effects. Trash pollution, overflow of people, the lack of accommodation, and the most importantly – the threat to long-term preservation of natural wonders and historic sites. Here you can find a list of places that are already affected by tourism. Keep reading. Venice, Italy Venice is slowly sinking. It has been battling rising water levels since the fifth century. Natural and man-made factors make the city ...

What Skills Do New Graduates Lack?

Most of graduates do believe that they are ready to hit the job market. But hiring managers have other opinion. In most cases they acknowledge the gap between old-timers and fresh blood in the job market. Especially when things turn to perception of business culture and work-life balance. The latest report from PayScale shows that 87% of recent higher education institution graduates feel well prepared to hit the ground running once having their diplomas in the hands. Meanwhile, only half of hiring managers feels confident to give a chance to babe in arms. Unfortunately, the numbers reveal a challenging situation. People, who graduated in 2016 were too optimistic about future perspectives in finding a study field related job vacancy. 51 percent of those, who graduated two years ago, were an...

Welcome to the 6th Issue of MyExpatsWorld Magazine

We are happy and proud to welcome you to our sixth edition of this magazine, the only monthly magazine for people who live or plan to move abroad. There are approximately 1200 new people connecting to MyExpatsWorld every 24 hours, truly amazing.. Reading this magazine online, reading our newsletters, following our daily updated newsblog, posting and commenting on our 112 Facebook groups and pages around the world, watching our webTV show, listening to our webRadio channel and contacting us with all kinds of questions and requests for assistance around the world. We see a high concentration of connected people in Europe, Asia and North America. We are now pro-actively starting to connect with people and companies to grow our crowd of followers in Latin & South America, Africa and China....

Welcome to the 4th Issue of MyExpatsWorld Magazine

Welcome to the 4th issue this year of the MyExpatsWorld Magazine. We are truly excited to see our reach of this unique online magazine, for people who moved abroad, grow to over 4 million people around the world. The global Expat community is a truly dynamic and active group of people, with the common factor that we have left our home countries. Another common factor is that we like to stay in touch with what’s going on in the local place we moved to, as well as what’s going on in our native country and the world. Those three things are all served to you for free within this magazine and also in our weekly newsletter, news blog, TV channel and radio station. No other organization can match our media channels and our support to expats online free of charge. In September we are l...