Working Abroad: The Complete Guide To Overseas Employment, 29th Edition

  • 3h 25m
  • Jonathan Reuvid
  • Kogan Page
  • 2008

Whatever the reason and however long you plan to stay, moving overseas is not just about deciding what to take with you. Your entire life is about to change and the more prepared you are, the better the relocation will go. Working Abroad covers everything that employees and their families might need to know about expatriate employment and the associated issues. It provides a full reference source to help assess the pros and cons of overseas employment, including job markets, taxation, international education, relocation and medical issues. The 29th edition has been fully updated to include the latest information on managing personal finances across different countries, preparing the family for the change in environment and managing the move. It also contains in-depth profiles of numerous countries, spanning the European Union, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australasia, providing insights into living and working conditions. A comprehensive directory of useful contacts is also included.

In this Book

  • Working Abroad—The Complete Guide To Overseas Employment, 29th Edition
  • Introduction
  • Independent Job Opportunities
  • Internationally Mobile Employees’ Expectations
  • Expatriate Employees’ Expectations
  • Domicile and Residence
  • Banking, Financial Planning and Asset Management
  • National Insurance, Benefits and Pensions
  • Partner Issues
  • Your Children’s Education
  • Health, Security and Welfare
  • Adjusting to Living and Working Abroad
  • Moving Out
  • Settling In
  • Coming Home
  • Internet Directories And Search Engines
  • Job Opportunities
  • Country-Specific Data
  • Expat Networks
  • Education
  • Health Advice
  • Entertainment
  • Useful Miscellaneous Websites
  • Contact Details for Advertisers