Working Abroad - Moving To Brazil

Jobs, taxes, minimum wage, visas, health insurance, renting or buying a propety, schools, culture and more.

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English
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Career Development
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435
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1 hour
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Jan 2023
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What you will learn

Work and residency permits.

Jobs, taxes, minimum wage and working Hours.

Visas.

Health Insurance.

Renting or Buying a Property.

Public and private schools.

Income inequality, nation’s potential and language.

Breakfast, shipping to Brazil, corruption and LGBT culture.

The Cost Of Living.

Description

With a vibrant and diverse culture, jaw dropping natural wonders, fun filled festivals and friendly people, it’s no wonder Brazil is a popular expat destination. Whether you’re moving to boost your career, looking to explore a new city and country, or heading to Brazil for studies, you’re in for an epic adventure.


Why?

  • Brazil is beautiful. Its’ lengthy coastline boasts some of the best beaches in the world. Hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to the coast each year to enjoy the sparkling seas and warm sands. The Amazon rainforest is another famous attraction – the exotic flora and fauna within create a magical landscape that is perfect for adventure and exploration.

  • Brazil has a stable and growing economy. Its industrial capacity, resource independence, technological capabilities, and consumer market strength make it ideal for investments and business opportunities.

  • Fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, and seafood are readily available in all parts of the country. Additionally, due to less use of GMO and preservatives (relative to western nations), foods are much healthier than those available in more developed countries.

  • The cost of living in Brazil is significantly lower than in some first-world countries. Utilities and food generally cost about half of what they would be in the United States.

  • Even though medical costs in Brazil are quite high, healthcare insurance is affordable and provides excellent coverage. Pharmacies are plentiful, and prescription requirements are more relaxed than in North America and Europe.


In this course you will learn everything about:


  • Jobs, taxes, minimum wage and working Hours.

  • Visas.

  • Work and residency permits.

  • Health Insurance.

  • Renting a property.

  • Buying Property.

  • Public and private schools.

  • Income inequality, nation’s potential and language.

  • Breakfast, shipping to Brazil, corruption and LGBT culture.

  • Cheap place to live, great weather and don’t arrive on time.

  • The Cost Of Living.



So do not hesitate - gain gold skills and move to Brazil.

Content

Welcome

Introduction

Work, residency permits and visas.

Visas
Work and residency permits

Buying or Renting a property.

Renting a property
Buying Property

Income inequality, nation’s potential and language.

Income inequality, nation’s potential and language
Breakfast, shipping to Brazil, corruption and LGBT culture

Health Insurance and Schools.

Health Insurance
Public and private schools

The Cost Of Living.

Cheap place to live, great weather and don’t arrive on time
The Cost Of Living

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