As we’re getting ready to head home for Thanksgiving here in the U.S., we thought we’d share some of the blogs, article feeds and news sites we’ve been thankful for this year! All of these feature great resources and lots of valuable information for anyone in the global mobility industry. We are thankful for the great content they share.
Here are some of the sites we read regularly:
1. FEM News
The Forum for Expatriate Management covers a lot of news on their site, including articles on supplier and industry-wide topics. Click around to their different sections to make sure you’ve seen it all!
The Wall Street Journal’s Expat page publishes articles that brush on a wide variety of expatriate-related topics, from posts on specific hotspots to housing to healthcare. It’s a fun mix of interesting stories, helpful how-tos and timely news.
Worldwide ERC publishes their monthly MOBILITY magazine online, which is an industry-favorite resource. It includes articles from experts in the industry, relocation management company insiders and suppliers.
Fragomen’s immigration alerts let you know when there are changes on the immigration front. You can scroll through to see alerts by date or location, or you can search for something specific. Immigration is one of the most complicated aspects of global mobility, so it’s nice to have this resource ready and waiting.
For U.S. citizens abroad, this Department of State website is a helpful resource. Country-specific alerts and warnings help you decide if travel in an area is safe. They also link to a program that will help you in case you have an emergency when you’re out of the country.
Is it cheating to include our own blog here? Not to toot our own horn too much, but we work hard to provide you with articles on trends, global events, industry information and whatever else we think will interest you! (By the way…we’re always looking for new ideas that answer your questions – so let us know in the comments what you want to read about!)
Many of these sources also share valuable content on their social media, from Twitter to LinkedIn to Facebook. Happy clicking and happy Thanksgiving! If you’re celebrating in the U.S., we want you to know we’re thankful that you’re reading here and hope you enjoy a peaceful and joyful time with families and friends. And to our international readers – we’re thankful for you, too, and wish you a very happy November 26!