Living and working in Sao Paulo

Living and working in Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo, the capital of the state of the same name, is a huge city with about 12 million inhabitants, growing to 28 million if the metropolitan area is taken into account. A large city built without any urban planning and where chaos reigns, especially on the streets. The uncontrolled growth of the city, the…

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Living and working in Rio de Janeiro

Living and working in Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro, whose name literally means “River of January,” is the capital of the state of Rio de Janeiro. With almost 7 million inhabitants, it is the second largest city in Brazil after Sao Paulo and was the capital of the country until 1960, when Brasília was moved there. Not many foreigners are currently…

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Living in Brazil pros and cons

Living in Brazil pros and cons

Although Brazil is a huge country and the different regions have remarkable differences in terms of quality of life, income, climate and culture, in general we will analyze what are the advantages and disadvantages of living in Brazil. Currently, the country is slowly recovering from the crisis of the last few years, which caused a…

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Work in Brazil

Work in Brazil

The Brazilian economy is the largest in Latin America and the seventh in the world. After emerging from recession in 2017, it has resumed slow growth. Brazil’s GDP per capita ranks 80th in the world, behind Argentina and Uruguay. In any case to work in Brazil is not easy for foreigners. The cities that offer…

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Moving to Brazil

Moving to Brazil

Brazil is one of the largest nations in the world, with a vast area that occupies almost 50% of the entire South American continent. It is divided into 26 states, its capital is Brasilia and a large part of its territory is occupied by the Amazon rainforest. The population is more than 200 million, the…

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