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Monday, May 15, 2017
Career Advancement: Move to a less popular city
Are you thinking that the next step in your career should be abroad? Are you ready to become an expat? If so, then where? The question of where depends on your individual preferences, the stage of your career, and where the opportunities are. A growing trend has been to bailout of trying to launch a formal traditional career in places like Britain and the USA to go do something completely different like teaching English in places like China, Vietnam and Taiwan. After a year or two, or sometimes longer, the excitement of new experiences leads to the desire to explore other expat cities. While there is more intense competition for promotion and career advancement in cities like London and New York, there is often more opportunity and less competition in places like Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore, more so in places that are less established. If you want to advance your career, or if you simply want to open yourself to new opportunities, you will have an advantage if you...
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Thursday, May 4, 2017
Latest International Inflation Rates - May 2017
The latest available inflation rate for all countries world wide (as available in May 2017): .... Cyprus 1.7% (Feb 2017). Czech Republic 2.5% (Feb 2017). Denmark 1% (Feb 2017). Djibouti 2.4% (Dec 2016). Dominica -0.8% (2015 est). Dominican Republic 3.34% (Feb 2017). Ecuador 0.96% (Feb 2017). Egypt 30.2% (Feb 2017). El Salvador 0.29% (Feb 2017). Equatorial Guinea 3.9% (Dec 2015). Eritrea 12.5% (Dec 2015). Estonia 3.4% (Feb 2017). Ethiopia 7% (Feb 2017). Falkland Islands 1.2% (Nov 2016). Fiji 5.5% (Feb 2017). Finland 1.2% (Feb 2017). France 1.2% (Feb 2017). French Guiana 0.8% (Sept 2016). French Polynesia 1.1% (2013 est). Gabon 2.09% (Feb 2016). Gambia 7.43% (Sep 2016). Republic of Georgia 5.5% (Feb 2017). Germany 2.2% (Feb 2017). Ghana 13.2% (Feb 2017). Greece 1.3% (Feb 2017). Greenland 1.8% (2012 est). Grenada -1.4% (2015 est). Guadeloupe 0.6% (2016 est). Guam 1.1% (2014 est). Guatemala 3.96% (Feb 2017). Guernsey 1.2% (2016 est). Guinea 8.7% (Dec 2016).
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