It seems pretty self-explanatory that being able to communicate would help you to feel less lonely. But many digital nomads don’t make the effort to improve their language skills before they depart – especially when it comes to regional dialects.
Following new regulation on the Inquiry Proceeding of Freelancers in Germany – or Statusfestellungsverfahren – the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) Deutschland has warned of a decline in freelance numbers across the country at a time when skills are in short supply.
Europe’s transition to a sustainable and digital society is only possible with a strategic approach to the raw materials needed to manufacture chips, electric vehicles and renewable energy technologies, the EU’s internal market Commissioner Thierry Breton said on Monday (25 April).
Eligible applicants must be able to provide proof of having worked with the employer registered abroad for a period of at least six months and make a minimum average salary of EUR 2857.50 per month.
‘The new release comes at a time when Europe is going through the digital and green transitions while being further challenged by the coronavirus pandemic. Building solid skills systems can be the answer to these transitions,’ Cedefop expert, responsible for developing the ESI, Ilias Livanos points out.