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Relocation, an adventure

Global mobility projects, apart from the new workplace and new colleagues, are very exciting because of the move and the chance to live in another country. It’s a new adventure that begins and it’s important to appreciate and take advantage of the opportunity you have been given. A new country, a new language, different norms and a different culture can’t be anything but exciting. But of course, it’s a challenge that evokes thoughts and concerns.

Are you up for the challenge?

You might wonder if it’s a good match for you and your family? Is your partner on board and are there opportunities of work for him or her in the same city? What should you do if you don’t like the project, go back home? If you are about to carry out a relocation with children you have to look over the school system to find out the best solution for them. Or if you are planning on having kids and there is talk about extending your stay, then it’s a good idea to plan ahead and plan for education. There is a lot that can happen and man is programmed to always think of the worst scenario that can happen instead of seeing opportunities. Of course, it’s good to have a backup plan as it’s a big step to move abroad, but you mustn’t focus on the setbacks or what might happen but think of all good that can come of it for you and your family.

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Relocation tip

There are several tip regarding relocation that one can think of to make it easier and more fun. Some of them are to learn more about the culture of the country, their values and the society. Embrace it and adjust yourself and your family within reason. Take a language course, there are several helpful apps today that provide fun learning methods for different ages. And finally, if it’s possible visit the country in advance to see if it’s a good match and get your partner or family excited about the relocation.

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