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Expat Blog in UAE


I am a member of Expat blog for quite sometime and I find it very helpful in finding new blogs and information about my region. Expat Blog is an online directory for expatriates by expatriates all over 223 destinations helping and providing vital information for people who wants to live and work as expats. It help readers to discover new cultures. It's aimed to share experiences of people while living abroad.

Recently expat blog launches two dedicated sections to Jobs and Housing in the United Arab Emirates.

Anything you need about housing (buy, sell, or rent) is available here.


You will be able to post or build your CV online too with its job section upon chosing a category on the category list. There is a huge list of categories where you can search for jobs here in the UAE.



And if you have any questions in mind, expat blog forum is a perfect place to post your queries.

The man behind expat blog is Julien Faliu, he launch expat-blog dot com in 2005. He himself is an expat since 2003, being able to relate to expats made it easy for him to develop the directory knowing what expats need.

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    thank you!

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