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Robots and AI 'pose risk to ten million UK jobs'

Robots and AI 'pose risk to ten million UK jobs'

A recent report from PwC says that – although the UK has fewer jobs at risk from increased automation over the next 15 years than the US, Germany and Japan – around ten million jobs will be affected.


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London slows as regional house market gathers pace

There has been a dramatic fall in London and South East England house sales, while other regions are recording surges of up to 40%. Is this fluctuation due to more than Brexit-related uncertainty?


Transforming education at the 36th COBIS Annual Conference

The 36th COBIS Annual Conference will return to the InterContinental London O2 in Greenwich, 6–8 May 2017.

Choosing a boarding school in the UK

UK boarding schools are some of the world’s best-performing and most sought-after schools, and the global appetite for a traditional residential education shows no sign of diminishing.

The International Baccalaureate

A flexible learning programme for students aged from three to 19, the International Baccalaureate, or IB, is studied by over one million students worldwide.

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BridgeStreet launches new Stüdyo concept in Paddington

Global serviced accommodation provider BridgeStreet has formally unveiled the latest addition to its expanding UK portfolio in the heart of the capital.
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Overtime calculator reveals true cost of staying late

A new survey of working habits suggests the average UK employee works free until 9 March if unpaid hours are taken in to account.
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Europe retains attraction for expat quality of life: Mercer

Mercer’s latest ‘Quality of Living’ survey sees key European expat destinations performing strongly on the global index, primarily due to infrastructure and connectivity.

Europe Digital magazine Autumn 2015

The Autumn 2015 issue of Europe Digital Re:locate magazine is out now! If you haven't already subscribed, then you can do so easily, by clicking here.

The digital age

The next wave of Europe’s digital economy

Graebel Relocation examines the implications of a single digital market, as the European Commission predicts it could create millions of jobs in Europe over the next few years.

Switzerland: Unlocking the secrets of success

Ruth Holmes spoke to Daniel Bangser, director of US investment promotion for Switzerland Global Enterprise, about the reasons for the country’s attractiveness for expatriates and employers.

EU ICT Permit: A game changer for EU mobility?

Carlijn Langeveld and SooHyung Smit of Pro-Link GLOBAL discuss, why the EU ICT Directive has the potential to be one of the most influential directives for multinational companies operating in Europe.

Re:locate Global: Europe Summer 2015 digital issue

This special digital edition of our Europe Summer 2015 magazine highlights the key issues affecting global and European business. Topics include the importance of intercultural competence for CEOs, the European winners of the 2014/15, Re:locate Awards, leadership and diversity, management trends, key themes from this year’s EuRA Congress, managing Millennials, immigration, Europe’s serviced apartments scene, the European property market, and data on the cost of living for expats in Europe. Don't forget you can also download this and Re:locate Summer 2015 magazine as an app.

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