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[Housing is commonly provided for expatriate staff everywhere in the Middle East.] So I'm only with colleagues — you live with everyone you work with, which leaves you with not a lot of privacy. The quality of buildings in Qatar is not very good, but having so much space is really good.
And I don't have to deal with anything (repairs, etc.)!
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I am from a small town near a larger city, but it's still a very rural area.
Where I come from the rural Midwest, social life is going to a smoky bar and talking of hunting.
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" To get the inside scoop, we did a Q&A with a 30-something teacher from the US Midwest.Working in Doha, Qatar, was her first expatriate experience.Now in her fourth year in Qatar, she was happy to provide information about her experiences, and the inside scoop for, as the song goes, all the single ladies. I am an artist, so if something is happening in my creative identity, I tend to close myself up and try to hone in on it, and become pretty detached form everything else.When I go back to the States, I have to adjust to be kinder. And I guess I am more aware in my driving — aware of that land cruiser coming at top speed, or people running across or walking along the road.About five times I've flashed the smile: "Can I get into your lane? In the United States, I was near family, so most of my time was spent with family, and a few core friends.