Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live and work in Bermuda and the Caribbean?
In the second of our webinar series, we will be discussing living and working in a region that offers some of the best experience in Financial Services, brimming sandy white beaches, island lifestyles and year-round tropical climates.
By the end of this webinar, you will have a clear understanding of what each of the diverse island locations that we work with has to offer, along with tips to make you stand out from other applicants in this highly competitive global job market.
- What you can gain from an overseas move
- The main reasons why accountants move to this region and the main benefits of it
- What key attributes employers in the Caribbean & Bermuda are now looking for in accountants
- Information about each unique location: Bermuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands and other Caribbean islands so you can choose the right one for you
- Hear about cost of living, different lifestyles and the current roles that are available
Includes a Q&A session for you to ask Abigail any other questions that you may have.
98% of our accountants surveyed say they felt they’ve made the right decision by moving overseas (Improving Lives Survey 2016)
Here are a few quotes from accountants we assisted in moving to Bermuda and the Caribbean:
“Barbados is very rich in culture and there is a lot of diversity in terms of entertainment. For an island our size, it’s chock-full of things to do every single weekend and even during the week. Even if you’ve just moved as an Expat, you’ll always find something exciting and a circle of friends to easily join.” – Amanda, moved from the Cayman Islands to Barbados
“There’s no commute – I live a five-minute walk from my work. The island is completely different to any city. It’s so small and laid back. The weather too, the weather is amazing!” – Amy, moved from Ireland to Bermuda
Think Global Recruitment Webinar
Accountants Living & Working Around the World
Think Bermuda and The Caribbean
Tueday 18th July – 7pm (UK Time)