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  1. Young British people view Brexit negatively and a challenge to their future

    Articles: Europe
    Young people in the UK view the decision to leave the European Union as a direct challenge to their outlook and ambitions, new research has found. Some 41% believe that Brexit will pull people living in the UK apart, and the same percentage believing Brexit will reduce Britain’s influence in...
  2. Low international outlook among young people in the UK

    Articles: Europe
    Half of young people in the UK do not regard themselves as European and many travel abroad much less than their counterparts in other countries, new research has found. Overall exposure to different nationalities is low among 18 to 30-year-olds, only half believe that they have a European...
  3. Next generation of expats getting taste for travel at an early age

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    Children are travelling abroad more than ever and many of them could be the next generation of expats-in-the-making, according to new research. Today’s under-18s are significantly more well-travelled than their parents’ generation, according to a study by Sainsbury’s Travel Insurance...
  4. Index names Paris as the cheapest place for young people to live

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    When young people move abroad, the cost of living can be a major consideration. While Paris is known as the city of love, it has also been named as the most affordable city for younger people to live. The French capital tips the list of the Youthful Cities Affordability Index compiled by...
  5. Working abroad is the new normal, study says

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    A willingness to work abroad has become the new normal, at least among people looking for new job opportunities, according to a new survey. The proportion of people willing to work abroad is particularly high in countries that are still developing economically or are experiencing political...
  6. Young expats settle well into new life abroad, Spanish study finds

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    Spain is a popular country for expats, especially families, and now new research shows that young people in particular integrate into Spanish life without any major problems. For parents moving abroad, it is often a worry how youngsters will adapt to a new life, language and climate, but the...
  7. Just want a few buddies to hang out with!!

    The Sandpit
    So, I just secured a job in good old Dubai and So Im heading back to the UK on sunday to sort my life out/pack etc etc and then I'm back here a week Sunday. I am really just looking for a bunch of mates to have a couple drinks with on Thursday/Friday nights n to chill with. Im 21 and so am...
  8. Young people most likely to want to move abroad, poll shows

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    People's desire to move to a foreign country is strongly related to their age with more than one in five aged 15 to 24 year olds, saying it is a dream they want to fulfill, according to a new poll. This desire declines sharply after age 25, about the time that many people start to put down...
  9. Employment situation for young people

    Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Another short article which should leave in absolute no doubt as to how bad the unemployment situation is here for young people Youth unemployment: Young and jobless | The Economist You might be interested to know that 15.3% of Spain’s young people between the ages of 16 and 24 neither work...
  10. Which Area?....

    Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hi all, Just a quick query I was wondering that you could help me out with. As a young professional male (22) coming over to Dubai for a new job, I wanted to find out where I would find most comfortable to live, being a young media type professional. Having seen the advice on accommodation...
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