Research reveals how to successfully integrate into life abroad
Moving abroad and starting a new life can be a rather daunting experience, however a new reports has discovered the best ways to integrate into a new way of life, successfully and happily.
Research conducted by the Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) found that many British people fail to properly plan and prepare when buying a home abroad and this lack of preparation can inhibit their enjoyment once they move to a new country.
The report found that becoming more involved in the community is one of the best ways to settle in, and for those that are still of a working age it is suggested that they take up employment with a local firm.
Many people move abroad to follow family and friends and this can make the settling in period a lot easier, however this can hinder people making new friends so it is important that people join clubs and take part in activities.
If you are moving to a foreign-speaking country it is highly important that you learn the language or at least the basics in order for you to integrate fully.
Almost 25 per cent of first-time buyers are considering buying a property abroad, a recent study from currency specialist Moneycorp found.
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