Posts tagged working in spain
Can I Legally Work in Spain?

This, friends, is the million dollar question! LMDES hears this question often, and many times it's proceeded by: I can't move abroad, if I can't legally work. We understand the need for income stability, and personal growth so we'd like to breakdown the question with more detail. Below, you'll find a few questions and statements, read them closely, and you'll be on your way to the answer!

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5 Major (Cultural) Keys to Remember when Working in Spain

Congrats! Not only are you living in Spain, but you're also gainfully employed! Ay! We made it! Now you're faced with the new, and exciting (even daunting) task of maneuvering through a new work environment, in a new country, a new city, in a different language with people you don't know! Challenge (reluctantly) accepted? 

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How to Prepare for a Bilingual Job Interview

You’ve landed a job interview in a bilingual company. You’re excited. You’re nervous. You may even be feeling a bit insecure or weary. Here are a few tips to help you prepare for a bilingual interview! Don't forget to share your tips too! Let us know know the interview goes!

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LMDES just got a Liebster Award!

Well, it actually happened a little over a month ago but we're so excited to share the news! We were nominated for a Liebster Award by the lovely couple over at Hey Dip Your Toes In and it was a total surprise! We love being able find out about new blogs and to see who our supporters are. Basically how the award works is that bloggers nominated other bloggers who they love and it's a great way to connect those of us in the community. We had fun answering these questions so read on to get to know our team a bit better! 

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These Are My Confessions: I’m the Girl Who Never Quits, and I Quit my Job in Spain

I quit. I did it. Life went on. Choose your sanity and your health and your happiness. Value yourself and know your worth. And don’t stay in a place where you don’t feel like your best self... Don’t run at the drop of a dime, or scoff at hard work, but know your limits and stick to them.

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