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  • Thursday, February 22, 2018

  • What to do in a jobless expat status?

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Signed the contract, have the passport in pocket, your luggage already transferred and sold your properties, it means you have officially become an expatriate. While the decision has been made and is irrevocable, you must have some awareness about what career and jobs you have ahead. What else is your source of income in first jostling moments? Do you wish to get employed in the same field? What is the scope of employment there?
Speaking from experience, usually expats find it difficult to continue with their job in the same field as it is unsettling and different than the one you are accustomed to. However, if you feel comfortable with the salary and environment, you are more than welcome to keep on doing that. Nevertheless, if it makes you upset or unhappy, you should not fuss over giving a resignation letter. There are two clear ways for an expat; go the same way and be upset, or be brave and go out in the world to look for what’s new. Teaching, banking or owning a shop are some of the easy jobs that shall retain in any country you intend to settle in, but others are a little different as you visit every state of the world. Getting insurance plan, having an experienced citizen relative on your back and determination together can help you find out what other things you are good at. Moreover, if you are inflicted with the dilemma of being unemployed for a long predicted time; you always have the internet at the house. Search up a site and start freelancing. It is in fact, one of the best ways to have a consistent source of money to spend your days with. Freelancing can include anything as there are jobs that are related to almost every field.
Therefore, always know some tips to make use of when you are in your doubtful times.

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