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Paris Attitude is a real estate agency in Paris specialized in temporary and long term furnished rentals. We offer a wide range of furnished and fully equipped apartments in all district of Paris.
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All about the French “Passeport Talent”

By Paris Attitude | | Read : 5 min

Immigration has been a sensitive subject for decades now. When chosen, it’s either made out of compassion for those struggling to survive or out of genuine opportunism for those with skills that might be an added –value for the country willing to welcome them.

Coming to study in France: What budget should you plan?

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Coming to France to study is a dream or a soon-to-be reality for many foreign students. The quality of its education, its “art-de vivre” and its rich yet accessible cultural resources make it a very desirable country to spend a year or two while learning new competences from French language to French cuisine but also business, law, science, etc.

By Paris Attitude | | 4 min

Studying in France as a foreign student : things not to forget !

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A few hundred thousand foreign students come every year to study in one of the French universities or post-graduate schools.

They often come through an exchange program with their own school back home or sometimes decide to come and study on their own like how to become a pastry chef or to learn French.

By Paris Attitude | | 4 min

Expatriates returning home : how to handle the blues ?

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Not so many people –and certainly not the candidates for expatriation- suspect the potential “tsunami” that is awaiting them after they spent a few months or a few years away from home in a foreign country, when it’s time to come back home.

By Paris Attitude | | 4 min

French Medical System : An overview of Parisian Hospitals

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The French healthcare system is known to be one of the best in the world. And if French people are prompt to criticize it (it’s a “national sport”!), they defend it all the same.

By Paris Attitude | | 8 min

What to do in Paris during the Autumn months of September, October and November

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As the weather gets cooler and the leaves of the trees take on their flamboyant autumn colors, Paris slowly says goodbye to summer. The capital, however, doesn't prepare to go into hibernation, quite the opposite. Autumn is the season of the new school year but also a season rich in cultural twists and turns. So even if the days are getting shorter and the winter season promises a little less daylight, in theaters, art galleries, exhibitions halls, and restaurants a host of events are getting underway.

By Paris Attitude | | 6 min

How to benefit from the French social security as an international employee ?

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The baguette (French typical bread) might not be the only cool thing to enjoy in France!

Indeed French healthcare system is considered as one of the best healthcare coverages. French might complain about it but they are very much attached to it as they know how lucky they are compare to the rest of the world.

By Paris Attitude | | 6 min

Renting generation : why do millenials prefer renting their home rather than buying it?

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Buying a house used to be the ultimate goal for generations of people all around the world.

Investing in something that lasted, something you could pass on to your kids, a cozy nest to hold on to through good and bad days.

The youngest generation though -also called generation Y (Why) or Millennials (a fancy word to name men and women born between 1980 and 2000) - seem to have other ideals of life.

What are the reasons that are pushing people in their 20’s, 30’s and even 40’s to rent a place that they call home sweet home rather than buying it?

By Paris Attitude | | 3 min

Employee’s mobility: challenges to face

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Your boss just offered you a promotion. Sounds about right! But the position you will be taking is 5000 miles away from home.

It probably includes a better salary, all kind of advantages but also more responsibilities and challenges -some minor, some bigger- for you and your family if they are following you on this journey.

What are those challenges and how do you handle them?

By Paris Attitude | | 4 min

All you need to know about expatriation assignment

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Last week, one of your favorite colleagues left for Paris to live there for the next three years. Yes, Paris, the same beautiful city you spent your honeymoon five years ago.

By Paris Attitude | | 3 min
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