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Gibraltar

Gibraltar (UK Territory)


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Located at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, and a mere 11 miles from Morocco, the British overseas territory of Gibraltar is the second-most southerly town in mainland Europe, narrowly edged out by the nearby Spanish beach resort of Tarifa.

With a population of 30,000, Gibraltar is a vibrant intersection of Spanish and English cultures. Many of our employees choose to live in the active Gibraltar enclave while some choose to cross the border to avail of the more laid-back lifestyle down the coast of Spain.

Gibraltar offers professionals an attractive mix of a Mediterranean climate, English-speaking working environments, a cluster of Internet and financial services companies, plus a low personal tax regime.

More information about working and living in Gibraltar is available online at Gibraltar Government, Gibraltar Tourist Board plus some insights on this part of Spain at LonelyPlanet.com

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Hamburg

Hamburg, Germany


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With 1.8 million inhabitants Hamburg is the second-biggest German city and the biggest European non-capital city. It also features the continent’s third largest port and arguably its most famous amusement mile, the Reeperbahn.

Further reasons to brag include the fact that Hamburg has more bridges than Venice, London and Amsterdam combined and its countless expanses of water and parkland provide almost unlimited recreational options.

Economically, Hamburg is the most successful German federal state. Hamburg not only has the nation’s highest gross domestic product (GDP) at €50,000 per capita, but also has the highest employment rate: 88 percent of the working-age population is gainfully employed.

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