Living and working in ANTWERP

Living and working in ANTWERP

Antwerp (Antwerp in Dutch) is a city of just over 500,000 inhabitants in northern Belgium. It is the most important city in Flanders, one of the three regions of the country and the capital of this province. There are many foreigners living or thinking about living in Antwerp. It is the second largest city in…

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Living and working in BRUSSELS

Living and working in BRUSSELS

Brussels is the “Capital of Europe” and many people from all over the world, but especially from Europe, move here to work or study, so living and working in Brussels can be an interesting experience. Brussels is a multicultural city and due to its strategic location it is a good starting point to visit all…

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Living and working in GHENT

Living and working in GHENT

Ghent, a beautiful Flemish city, is the capital of the province of East Flanders. It has more than 250,000 inhabitants and a high population density, which is due to its area of only 157 square kilometers. If you know the local language, it is easy to live and work in Ghent. The city’s small size…

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LIVING IN BELGIUM pros and cons

LIVING IN BELGIUM pros and cons

If you are considering moving to Belgium, you should know that living in Belgium has pros and cons. First of all, Belgium is a somewhat anomalous nation because the north (Flanders) and the south (Wallonia) are completely different politically, economically and linguistically. In addition, Brussels represents another reality that is different from the other two.…

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Moving to BELGIUM

Moving to BELGIUM

Those planning to move to Belgium should know that Belgium is a federal state divided into three regions, each with its own peculiarities and characteristics: The country is very small, has 11 million inhabitants and the capital is Brussels. Belgium was one of the founding countries of the EU, and it is no coincidence that…

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The guide to working in BELGIUM

The guide to working in BELGIUM

The Belgian economy is one of the most advanced in Europe. Its strategic location and its well-developed network of sea, river and land connections allow for a lively trade exchange with neighboring countries. Trade was and still is a strong vocation of the country. Just think of the port of Antwerp, which is the second…

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Mushroom picking

Mushroom picking

For those who want to work in Belgium or another European country, it would be a good idea to take up seasonal work as a mushroom picker between June and September. For this work, you do not have to speak French and you can earn enough money in a few months to stay in the…

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Searching for jobs in BELGIUM

Searching for jobs in BELGIUM

Belgium’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2022 is about $ 550 billion, ranking 20th in the world. The unemployment rate for 2022 is 5.5%, below the EU average of 6.7%, but with significant differences between regions of the country. Annual GDP growth has been 1.5% in recent years, so it is still possible to find…

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