Tag Archives: accompanying partner

Career choice and the accompanying partner

The dual career issue is one that strikes terror in the heart of many an International HR professional, and it’s not going to go away any time soon. Faced with the loss their career, many partners are balking at the … Continue reading

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Career and the accompanying partner: A conversation with Maria Foley

Today’s post is written by Evelyn Simpson (The Smart Expat). My colleague Louise Wiles and I have been researching the career choices that accompanying partners make when they move overseas. We’re trying to understand what drives the decisions that accompanying … Continue reading

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Trailing spouse? Accompanying partner? The identity crisis of the expat “other half”

I wrote a piece for Suite 101 yesterday about male trailing spouses, and the reaction I’ve been getting proves yet again that there’s little consensus out there in Expatland on the preferred term for those of us who move to another … Continue reading

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