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Living and Working in France: A Survival Handbook

Living and Working in France A Survival Handbook Written in an entertaining style with a touch of humour Living and Working in France is designed to provide newcomers with the practical information necessary for a relatively trouble free life Its c

  • Title: Living and Working in France: A Survival Handbook
  • Author: David Hampshire
  • ISBN: 9781905303670
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • Written in an entertaining style with a touch of humour, Living and Working in France is designed to provide newcomers with the practical information necessary for a relatively trouble free life Its contents include finding a job, permits visas, health, accommodation, finance, insurance, education, shopping, post office and telephone services, public transport, motoWritten in an entertaining style with a touch of humour, Living and Working in France is designed to provide newcomers with the practical information necessary for a relatively trouble free life Its contents include finding a job, permits visas, health, accommodation, finance, insurance, education, shopping, post office and telephone services, public transport, motoring, TV and radio, leisure, sports and much, much It is packed with vital information and insider tips to help minimize culture shock and reduce the newcomer s rookie period to a minimum Living and Working in France is essential reading for anyone planning to spend an extended period in France Now printed in full color.

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    1 thought on “Living and Working in France: A Survival Handbook

    1. This book is an in-depth reference guide to anything you might want to know about living in France. It was fun to read (occasionally skipping detailed information about phone companies, etc.) and would be even more important to have on hand to look things up as you actually try to navigate through the French system. The only negative is that it is written from a British perspective and as a member of the European Union, which America is not. If you can get past the Britishisms (like kerb for cur [...]

    2. Good guide, but a bit dated. Actually, the portrayal of life in France is so bleak it gave me an anxiety attack. Like how bad can it actually be?? This is FRANCE we're talking about, not some war-torn desert nation.

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