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Massachusetts, on the north-east of the United States, is an interesting expat destination, at the heart of the Yankee culture. Foreign students are seduced by the quality of universities such as Harvard or MIT. Expat professionals can find job opportunities in the fields of higher education, health care or finance.

Boston, Cambridge or Springfield, the main cities, gladly welcome you for your expatriation.

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The so-called magic city has a lot to offer, considering the waterbodies and perfect sunshine endowment. There’s a lot to explore in the city for both solo expats and couples planning to live here. Finding a new home in Miami will get you overwhelmed, whether you are already in the country or have just arrived. The question of the best place to live? Step by step procedures of renting a house comes to your mind every time. You should not give it a deep thought. We’ll take you through with some help.

One of Miami’s natural heritage is its beautiful coastline. The city is also blessed with the most desirable locations in the South; this is the basis of its essential and major industries like trade and tourism. The figures for tourism are increasing every year, making Miami a global city. Even though Miami is filled with mostly Spanish-speaking people, it is worth noting that there are jobs for both native and bilingual residents.

Dress codes and cultures accustomed to different professions have an impact on their level of trust and confidence when dealing with technical issues. Some other professions require relaxed dress codes rather than serious countenance and clothing. Many employers in Miami have a general idea about this culture, and this is a rule of the day.

Are you planning to study in Miami? Possibilities are never-ending in this big city. There are over 65 higher institutions around, and you have a pool of decisions to make whether youre pursuing a degree in philosophy, architecture, engineering, arts, and the likes. Making a decision is left to you as you can study any discipline in Alpha-World City.

You need no formal introduction to the glitz and glamour of the Magic city, coupled with the deep blue oceans and sunny weather. Miami is a city that keeps you busy every hour with the many amazing sites and natural attractions. Besides the water bodies that keep your stay interesting all along, there are a couple of things you could do and places you can visit during weekdays and weekends.

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Living the Nomadic Life

5 years ago

Musings on blooming where I'm planted. I%u2019m from Europe (by birth and ancestry), from Asia (by having lived most years of my life there) and from North America (by culture and education). I%u2019m from everywhere and nowhere. My life is in constant change, a bundle of contradictions and my story is layered and complex. This is the place I try to sort out my thoughts and share my stories.

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Almost American

10 years ago

After 23 years in the United States, I find myself more American than I ever expected to be, yet not so American in many ways.

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Books Travellers Inc.

10 years ago

Books Travellers is the blog of Pia and Julie, two travellers who can't live without books. They review books, but also interview people, and document their best findings (books, bookstores, places to read...).

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