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How do you date when living abroad and you don't know how the game is played?

A guy dates the girl of his dreams. He’s insecure, he’s aiming to be perfect: “it’s kind of a one life chance” and he doesn’t want to miss it. The dating game is hard enough, even when you know the ‘rules', so no surprise that this guy is asking for advices. Knowing some of the cultural differences – who is supposed to pay for the date, who makes the first move, kissing on a first date, how soon to call after a date – may help you avoid awkward situations, or at least stop you from getting hurt or hurting someone els
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For Americans: How to move to Europe

We do have art, culture, good food, great wines, universal healthcare, at least 29 days of paid holidays and paid parental leave. Generally speaking Europe is a bargain: you’ll get the best baguette you’ve ever had for just 0,80 cents and a good glass of wine is cheaper than orange juice. Compared to U.S., we just have a different pricing model: petrol and subway are expensive, whilst foie gras, tobacco, healthcare are affordable or even free. We do know how to enjoy life ;-)

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For Americans: How to move to Europe

We do have art, culture, good food, great wines, universal healthcare, at least 29 days of paid holidays and paid parental leave. Generally speaking Europe is a bargain: you’ll get the best baguette you’ve ever had for just 0,80 cents and a good glass of wine is cheaper than orange juice. Compared to U.S., we just have a different pricing model: petrol and subway are expensive, whilst foie gras, tobacco, healthcare are affordable or even free. We do know how to enjoy life ;-)

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For Americans: How to move to Europe

We do have art, culture, good food, great wines, universal healthcare, at least 29 days of paid holidays and paid parental leave. Generally speaking Europe is a bargain: you’ll get the best baguette you’ve ever had for just 0,80 cents and a good glass of wine is cheaper than orange juice. Compared to U.S., we just have a different pricing model: petrol and subway are expensive, whilst foie gras, tobacco, healthcare are affordable or even free. We do know how to enjoy life ;-)

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For Americans: How to move to Europe

We do have art, culture, good food, great wines, universal healthcare, at least 29 days of paid holidays and paid parental leave. Generally speaking Europe is a bargain: you’ll get the best baguette you’ve ever had for just 0,80 cents and a good glass of wine is cheaper than orange juice. Compared to U.S., we just have a different pricing model: petrol and subway are expensive, whilst foie gras, tobacco, healthcare are affordable or even free. We do know how to enjoy life ;-)
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Are you bilingual or multilingual? Do you like to travel and to meet foreigners? We do have the right job for you!

ExpatGenius, the first marketplace connecting expats with local people/long time expats willing to support newbies to settle in abroad is looking for independent consultant (freelance), speaking at least 2 languages. We will launch worldwide in September.

The consultants role is to support expats with translation, interpreting, home search, administrative help etc.

Check out our website www.expatgenius.com for more info about the role of a Genius. If interested subscribe as a Genius on the website and send your CV directly from the site. For more info write at hello@expatgenius.com
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Are you bilingual or multilingual? Do you like to travel and to meet foreigners? We do have the right job for you!

ExpatGenius, the first marketplace connecting expats with local people/long time expats willing to support newbies to settle in abroad is looking for independent consultant (freelance), speaking at least 2 languages. We will launch worldwide in September.

The consultants role is to support expats with translation, interpreting, home search, administrative help etc.

Check out our website www.expatgenius.com for more info about the role of a Genius. If interested subscribe as a Genius on the website and send your CV directly from the site. For more info write at hello@expatgenius.com
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Are you bilingual or multilingual? Do you like to travel and to meet foreigners? We do have the right job for you!

ExpatGenius, the first marketplace connecting expats with local people/long time expats willing to support newbies to settle in abroad is looking for independent consultant (freelance), speaking at least 2 languages. We will launch worldwide in September.

The consultants role is to support expats with translation, interpreting, home search, administrative help etc.

Check out our website www.expatgenius.com for more info about the role of a Genius. If interested subscribe as a Genius on the website and send your CV directly from the site. For more info write at hello@expatgenius.com
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Are you bilingual or multilingual? Do you like to travel and to meet foreigners? We do have the right job for you!

ExpatGenius, the first marketplace connecting expats with local people/long time expats willing to support newbies to settle in abroad is looking for independent consultant (freelance), speaking at least 2 languages. We will launch worldwide in September.

The consultants role is to support expats with translation, interpreting, home search, administrative help etc.

Check out our website www.expatgenius.com for more info about the role of a Genius. If interested subscribe as a Genius on the website and send your CV directly from the site. For more info write at hello@expatgenius.com
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