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As a developed country and a member of the European Union, Ireland is proud about its cultural and historical heritage. Located West of Great Britain, it attracts expatriates in large numbers despite a relatively high cost of living.

If you have chosen to live, work or study in Ireland, you will benefit from several opportunities thanks to its multinational companies and great universities.

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When you move to a new city or country, there is always going to be a new type of culture that needs getting used to. Every place has its own traditions, history and its unique type of people. Dublin is no different. There are many great quirks to this city, and the ways people behave can take you aback if you are not ready for them. This article shows you how to best adjust yourself to the local culture.

Around the turn of the 21st century, the property prices in Dublin began to skyrocket. There was a property boom which all came to a sudden halt when the Great Recession hit at the end of 2007. While prices fell significantly for a number of years, they are now close to all-time high levels.

When you come to a new city, it is likely that you do not have a very extensive personal or professional network in the area. You may know a handful of people, but it will not be an established network that you can call upon in a variety of different situations. Professional networking can be very helpful when it comes to career advancement, which is why it is so important. Luckily, there are many ways in which you can expand your professional network in Dublin.

If you are looking into moving to Dublin, there are some aspects that can be hard to account for. While you will have your own expectations based on what you have heard from other people or seen online, these expectations are not always going to meet reality.

When you first arrive in a new city that will be your home, chances are that you will not know many people or any at all. While you will get to know people through work, there are also a few different ways for you to expand your social network in Dublin.

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