Work Abroad Blogs

What happens when a move abroad happens in fast forward?
One of the two main Muslim holidays, Eid al-Adha, is always celebrated memorably with never-ending feasts.
Learning and flipping back and forth between two languages is always a fun, yet tricky, challenge.
Adjusting to new schedules is just the start of understanding different academic systems.
What happens when your first month abroad becomes two years abroad?
The cat distribution system works—just be ready for it when it finds you.
As an expat, learning a new country's social etiquette can result in embarrassing and often funny faux pas.
Is it different to live abroad when you no longer have a home to return to?    
Celebrating holidays internationally is always a blast—and Persian New Year is no exception. 
A guide to overcoming the initial administrative and cultural hurdles.
An abrupt change in plans meant I needed to take a crash course in Central Asia. 
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