21 January 2019

Managing Health Insurance Costs as an Expat

Healthcare costs can be extreme all across the globe, so it’s essential that expats be prepared if the worst should happen. Finding the right international health insurance scheme for you can make all the difference and support you when you need it. After all, the last thing you want to […] Read more

9 January 2019

Tips for the Freelance Expat

The gig economy is fast expanding. According to Forbes, in 2018, 4.4% of the population in the UK or 2.8 million worked in the gig economy. While in Singapore, self-employment and freelancing make up around 14%, or over 350,000, of the employment market. With the digital revolution empowering […] Read more

24 December 2018

Interviewing as an Expat Hirer

In 2018, laws prohibiting employers from asking job candidates about their past compensation before making a salary offer have gained incredible momentum across the United States. In fact, if you’re an expat in California, New York, Massachusetts, Illinois, or working in multinational […] Read more

26 November 2018

Six tips to Survive the Smog

Although we always try to move for a better life as expats, we can’t control the local weather or pollution levels in our new home. Unfortunately, smog can become can become a regular problem for many of us, whether it be a daily problem or just one that comes for a couple of days each […] Read more

21 November 2018

Rebuilding After A Disaster

The California wildfires have been nothing short of devastating for homeowners. Across the state, over 245,000 acres have been burned, 80 people have been killed, and more than 1,000 are missing. Catastrophe modelling agency Risk Management Solutions estimate that insurance losses for the […] Read more

13 November 2018

Getting the Expat Vote

With the United States midterm elections recently concluded, American media have reported an unprecedented interest from Americans living abroad in voting when typically, the midterms for overseas voters have gone mostly unnoticed. In fact, according to data from the non-partisan U.S. Vote […] Read more

5 November 2018

Time for Expats to Talk the (Local) Talk

Imagine landing your dream job in your country of choice and making that huge, life-changing relocation, and then learning that all foreign workers must master the local language before starting work. That may be unwelcome news for most expats, but it was the reality for those moving to […] Read more

30 August 2018

The Ultimate Long-Haul Survival Guide

Long-haul flights are a staple of the expat life, but taking lets of them doesn’t make it any easier. With many routes now available that smash the 15-hour barrier, discomfort can become a big problem on these journeys. This week ExpatFinder provides out Ultimate Long-Haul Survival […] Read more

12 July 2018

FIFA Expats' World Cup 2018

It’s down to the last two countries, but who will take the cup? While you’re waiting for the final, take a look through our World Cup 2018 expat infographic. Moving across the world is commonplace as a footballer as clubs buy and sell players every year so the competition is full […] Read more

26 June 2018

8 of the Best Countries for Solo Expats

Making a global move for work or life can be a daunting prospect, especially for those who will be making the change alone. Ensuring that you’re moving into a safe environment with plenty of opportunities for work and leisure isn’t hard in 2018, and there are plenty of excellent […] Read more