Many Europeans residing in the United Kingdom have chosen giffgaff as their mobile company and the reason is very a simple: the network coverage is good because they use the O2 (Telefonica UK) network, but the prices are very low. Three is another popular network, but we’ll talk about that another
Our lives haven’t been the same since the arrival of the Smartphone, but are you really making the most of it in the UK?
Whether you live in the UK or you’re just visiting, today I’ll recommend you the best apps for your mobile phone that’ll make you life easier. Restaurants,
Since 2013, more than 100.000 spaniards emigrate every year, y though we don't have the oficial number since 2014, it will be probably the same.
During the first half of the year, we get a few private messages and emails with questions or asking us for advice and information from everyone planning to come to the
When looking for work or applying for a job offer, the CV is very important, because in the UK managers have the power to hire someone without meeting them directly... or at least, they decide whether to give them the chance to interview.
There are many people arriving in the UK
Are you a programming “ninja”? Are you constantly “evangelizing” new technology? Are you looking for work in the United Kingdom? I think we have what you’re looking for…
Before I go on, for those who aren’t familiar with Anglo-Saxon culture: here, what you know how to do is more important than
Once the initial problems related to moving to the UK (finding a job, a flat, etc.) are taken care of, you need to know which rights you have here, the way you know back home. This is why I would like to talk about a topic that will greatly influence
Finally! The long-awaited moment has come: you have received a call for a job interview. It's tomorrow at ten o'clock in the company headquarters, near a tube station in Zone 3.
After a few minutes, after the excitement has worn off, you start to have many questions. How should I dress?
A large part of everyone’s salary is usually spent on food, but since it’s always good to save let's talk about how to do so in the supermarket.
… which we all have heard, or told someone, but never follow…
1. Open the fridge and write down what you need.
Today on Facebook, a fellow Spaniard Javier published a few very useful tips about his observations of how people look for work and hand in CVs. I thought I'd share it with those of you who aren’t familiar with these processes yet. Here is the translation of the original text:
In the previous post in this series (Things to do before arriving), I listed a series of things to do before moving to London. However, it's important to remember which things to avoid doing, too.
1. … send money by Western Union for a room before even seeing it.
Oddly enough, many