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Living in Hessen

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By choosing to settle in Hesse, you will be delighted by its diverse landscape. Nature and agriculture is omnipresent in this region, providing a pleasant living environment to expatriate families.

Foreign professionals can benefit from various opportunities provided by its dynamic sectors such as industry, mechanics or finance. Indeed, Hesse is known for having the healthiest economy in Germany.

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Alisa Jordan Writes

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I left London for Frankfurt in my mid-twenties; to immerse myself into a new culture, improve my foreign language skills and experience what it's really like to live abroad on a long-term basis. Rather than a city guide, alisajordanwrites.com shares experiences of everyday life whilst living abroad. I've realised that no matter where in the world you relocate to, there's one thing we all come to learn: moving abroad is the most enriching experience you could ever have, but as with everything, there are hard times too.

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3 years ago

A practical guide to living and working in Frankfurt am Main. When I figure things out, I tend to share, so leave me a comment if you have a suggestion and 'like' if you find something helpful :-)

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