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UK unemployment drops to 7.1%, is an interest rate increase to follow?

Having dropped to 7.1%, the UK’s new unemployment rate may force the Bank of England to reconsider raising interest rates. The total number of unemployed...

Number Of Saudis Working For Private Firms Doubles

The number of Saudi Arabian workers taking up post with private firms has doubled as the government battles to turn the nation’s jobs market...

Bankers avoid EU bonus rules; UK maintains negative stance on caps

New research shows bankers are using ‘sneaky’ measures to circumnavigate the European Union’s new cap determining bonus sizes. Designed to come into effect later this...

Do You Have A Winning Personality?

If you want to find out if you have got what it takes to be a top earning expat, you can take a personality...

Welsh First Minister brands income tax powers “useless”

The income tax powers offered by the UK Government to the Welsh assembly are "pretty much useless," according to First Minister Carwyn Jones. “As a...

New study shows a third of retired Canadians have returned to workforce

Nearly a third of Canada’s retired pensioners have returned to work a new study has found, with many retirees claiming that they have misjudged...

China’s pharmaceuticals probe cracks down on largest distributer

Sinopharm, China’s largest drug distributor, is the latest target in China’s crackdown on corruption within the pharmaceuticals industry. Shi Jinming, a former vice president who...

German After-hours Work Ban

In a surprise move by the German government, guidelines have been released stating protocol on working outside of office hours for ministry officials. This is...

The ten-week itch: Nathan Bostock leaves RBS for Santander

After only ten weeks in his role as finance director of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Nathan Bostock is leaving RBS to become Santander...

New Jobs on the Horizon in the UK

The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) along with KPMG, have released a report indicating an upward trend in job creation and, quite likely, an...

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Financial Package On The Way For Self-Employed

Financial support is coming for freelance and self-employed expats who pay their taxes in the UK, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised. In his last...

Support For Dropping Helicopter Cash Takes Off

The time for more governments to consider dropping helicopter money on households trapped in dire financial straits due to the coronavirus outbreak is with...

How Coronavirus Is Impacting The Climate And How We Work

Coronavirus will change the way we live and do business, according to a technology expert. Up to now, the technology has been available but not...

Cost Of Living Overseas Is A Shock For Expats

The cost of living in a new country is a concern for many expats who find their bills are higher than expected. Half are forking...

Spending Cash Is Becoming A Thing Of The Past

The days of handing over cash could be numbered as the economy is in a shift to digitisation, warn campaigners.
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