Amy is the host of The Expat Experience podcast, and she joins me to discuss her expat journey and how she landed up in Hamburg, Germany on a freelance visa. She also talks about her experiences learning German and making friends. Visit the official podcast website:
Lori discusses her experiences teaching English as a second language in Germany. Listen to the full episode (Teaching English, Learning Languages, and Raising Bilingual Children in Germany) here:
In Germany, it's common to have to take off your shoes and put on house shoes when inside a house or apartment. Listen to the full episode (Teaching English, Learning Languages, and Raising Bilingual Children in Germany) here:
I've been a job seeker in Germany three times, so I've learnt one or two tips. Read the blog post:
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Abi from IamExpat.de joins me to explain how to write a German resume (or Curriculum Vitae). It's important to get your resume right when looking for a job in Germany. Listen to the full episode:
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Taken from Episode 15 of the Expat Life Germany podcast: https://expatlifegermany.de/15
The word "expat" has many definitions, some of them loaded with bias. When I named my podcast, I only had the simplest definition in mind: people living outside their home country. I contemplate the various def…
Expats can be vulnerable to scams. Here are some common ones, and two golden rules to minimize your risk.
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Episode 3 is now up: https://expatlifegermany.de/3
Noor from Pakistan talks about seeing snow for the first time and discusses integrating into German culture.
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In episode 2 of the Expat Life Germany podcast, Shaun discusses what the Rundfunkbeitrag in Germany is, who has to pay it, and why you might soon have to pay more.
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When it comes to learning the German articles, sometimes it's better to just give up the fight. Excerpt taken from the first episode of the Expat Life Germany podcast.