Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
An essential guide to finding work in Spain, including information on the current job market, Spanish work permits, and where to find a job in Spain.
If your plan is to become a freelancer or self-employed in Spain, find out how to join the three million self-employed people – 'autónomos' – in Spain.
The way deals are done in Spain can be a shock to the uninitiated. Cross-cultural consultant and trainer Eleonore Breukel offers advice on Spanish business culture.
Employment events are highly popular and successful. Good preparation will maximise job seekers’ opportunities at such occasions. To ensure you stand out from the crowd, these six steps can improve your chances of finding a suitable job placement.
If you're living abroad because your partner is, continuing your career isn't always easy. Nor is finding a job abroad. Here are some tips on creating a job you can take with you.
Tax expert Alex Chumillas Amat explains how to set up a limited company in Spain for expats and businesses wanting to start a business in Spain.
If you're working abroad, do you need to adapt your business style to increase your success in an international career?
Communications expert Declan Mulkeen discusses the importance of cultural awareness when working abroad or managing international teams.
When you're looking for work abroad, it's vital to have an international CV that crosses borders.
Find out how to prepare a Spanish-style CV and cover letter, as well as how to act in an interview, to give you the best chance of finding work in Spain.
If you work abroad, the simple answer is 'almost certainly yes'! Prepare for your international career by adapting your management style to the culture of where you'll work abroad.
You've said goodbye to friends and packed an extra pair of socks before moving abroad. But once you land, what will you do about finding a job?
Consider the benefits of setting up an offshore company, including privacy and a reduced tax liability.
Much of Europe has implemented a chip-and-PIN system, using credit and debit cards that are embedded with a microchip and require a PIN code for transactions.
Women need to work abroad to improve their international career prospects, but the challenge is finding a job abroad in the first place.