I am a English speaking married man looking for a job in Estonia with a good pay.
I have done my bachelors in Mechanical Engg and have 8 years of work experience in Project Management. Am also willing to teach in college/schools also. My key subject are Math, Physics, Chemistry and English. IMy work experience is in the field of EPC based Power Plant Contracts of super critical type.
What are your favorite holiday events in your area of Estonia? Help other expats in search of some holiday cheer by sharing information on events that are open to the public or for expats.
If you would like to plan your own gathering to celebrate the holidays with other members of Expat Exchange in your area, we encourage you to plan it here. You could meet up with others at your favorite restaurant, a local coffee shop, a bar -- anywhere that's public!
A journalist working on an article for a popular finance publication is interested in connecting a few Americans over age 60 who have moved abroad after retiring from careers in the States and either found part-time jobs, started businesses or transformed their former careers into remote consulting gigs. We've talked with her about general trends in overseas retirement. She would also like to speak with a few retirees who fit this description. If you are interested, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org -- tell me a little about yourself and your job and how the journalist can reach you.
As an expat, you have the opportunity to explore some of the best destinations in the world that others only dream of visiting. Take a few minutes to tell us about your favorite beach in #Estonia# or elsewhere in the world:
(Note: submissions count as tips in our Tips Contest!)
I am considering attending graduate school at U Tartu; EU-Russian Relations.
I would like to hear from any expats (non-native Estonians) who have studied in Estonia; specifically U.S. citizens, as I have specific questions regarding financial aid (FAFSA).
Be one of the first to post tips about living (working, parenting, moving to, retiring, etc.) in Estonia in our new Expat Tip section. Or, you may submit general tips about expat life!
The 3 expats who submit the most tips in May will receive $75 Amazon.com gift certificates! (Note: tips that are promotional in nature are not counted in this top tip competition -- although tips that promote events and professionals who submit helpful advice are WELCOME on Expat Tips!!)
Expat Tip Section: http://www.expatexchange.com/expattips
Post a Tip:
Help build an amazing resource for the expat community!
We wanted to send out a note to introduce our new Expat Tip Tool. It helps you offer advice and grab tips from other expatriates about international jobs, moving overseas, retiring overseas and more. Use it to keep track of your expat insights and save tips from others living abroad all in one place!
Or, click on "Expat Tips" on the top of any page of Expat Exchange!
Also, if you would like to add a photo to your profile, you can do that now, too. Click on "My Profile" - "Photo" and upload a photo today!
If you know of any local Christmas or New Years events that would welcome other expats, please post details here.
If anyone is missing family and friends and looking for things to do over the coming week, why not plan a local get together -- meet fellow Expat Exchange members at a pub or restaurant (be sure to tell us what town or city you live in). Post a get together inquiry here.