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2019 SURVEY : the impact of expatriation


2019 survey: Impact of international mobility on the lives and careers of expatriates.

Si vous vivez ou avez vécu à l’étranger, cette enquête vous concerne. Pour la version française, cliquez ici !

Since 2014, thanks to its surveys, Expat Communication has been refining its approach towards expatriation: press coverage, interaction with companies, speeches before the Senate, launch of the Expat Value website… and we must continue this work.  In 2017, the survey on double careers in expatriation received more than 3,000 answers and had a great impact. This year, Expat Communication is launching a new survey on expatritation and its impact on the life and career of expatriates.

The survey is available in English and French

Don’t wait, spend 15 minutes on this survey, you will help to identify the keys to a successful expatriation and transmit a realistic vision of the different faces of mobility today. We count on you can also share it with the expatriates around you.

If you wish to benchmark the impact of international mobility for your company against other companies in your sector, contact us!

To see the results of previous surveys that have helped to change the face of expatriation, click here!

If you wish to know more about the reasons you should take part in this survey, see them here!

Together, let us share the reality of expatriation, identify the challenges of international mobility and improve the professional and personal lives of expatriates !


We would like to thank our sponsors, who made this survey possible


Thank you to our partners, helping to spread the survey around

This survey is designed by Expat Communication, with the support of researchers from American and European universities, coordinated by Professor Olivier Wurtz, a research professor at the Universities of Vaasa, ESCP and Arts et Métiers.

Click here to give your opinion on the impact of international mobility on the life and career of expatriates !