Every year, thousands of people from all over the world make the choice to become an expat. Living and working internationally is a rewarding and life-changing experience that you'll never forget. Living in Chorzow, Poland, is no exception to this rule, with its large diverse population of 2 million people, and its service industry-led economy. Chorzow, or the Silezian city, as it is sometimes referred to, has an incredible park that is the reason for its nickname. Silezian park covers 30 percent of the city's area, and is an amazing place for any expatriate to explore and take in the surroundings. Another landmark site is the Saint Barbara Church - the church is the oldest of its kind in Chorzow, and one of the oldest buildings in the country. If you're struggling with living in Chorzow as an expatriate, the InterNations community will be able to lend a helping hand. InterNations has more than a million members and there are countless posts and threads that will help you get the information you need to make living in Chorzow a pleasure.
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Whether you're moving alone, with your family, or taking your pet pooch with you, moving is never easy. However, moving to Chorzow doesn't have to be something that you experience entirely alone. Regardless of what kind of help you need, there will be somebody in the global InterNations community who is more than happy to share their hints and tips. The Expat Magazine, InterNations own online publication, has articles aimed directly at expats who are struggling with a move abroad. You might need help finding storage to leave your old goods behind, or you might simply need to read the rules about moving with pets. Whatever your issue, you'll find the information you need somewhere on the InterNations site. And even if you cannot find it, then you can post simply your query on the forums, and await a helpful response.
Like-minded expatriates from all over the world share their working experiences on the InterNations forums. Feeling anxious starting work anywhere is normal, so if you're feeling anxious about working in Chorzow, you can read the variety of posts from the wide-spreading global minds on InterNations, and hopefully that will give you the inspiration you need to carry on working and enjoy your life as an expatriate in Chorzow. If you have yet to find work, or you are struggling with international regulations, there will be something on the site that can help you there, too. The Expat Magazine, for example, includes articles on types of short-term work abroad or how to open a business in a foreign country.