Top 5 Moving Problems and Solutions #Infographic #Moving

If you have ever shown up to help someone move, then you probably know that most of us do not have the best tools to get the job done. You go to help a friend move, only to find that they are not at all prepared for the situation. But it is probably too late to turn back, so you have to dig in and do your part. Sheer brute force may have worked before, but risking injury and spending all your energy isn’t as appealing when you see the alternative.

Whether it is not having good packing tape, or if it is trying to carry 27 boxes full of books by hand, these problems have simple solutions. We hope this infographic from MovingBlankets.com helps you or a friend make a moving situation more bearable. Maybe you can even print this for a friend before you show up to make sure they get the hint. Who knows, it might even be fun!

An infographic by Moving Blankets.

Moving Trends 2016: Annual Moving Industry Snapshot #Infographic #Moving

For the fifth year in a row, MyMovingReviews has published curious data about moving and real estate trends. Using data from previous years, this year’s summary infographic illustrates how trends in the moving industry change.

They have presented the data in an amusing and intuitive way. It covers information, such as the most popular cities Americans move to, the average cost of a move in 2016, busiest moving days of the year, migration flows and tons of other curious statistics. For example, did you know that the majority of people who have requested a moving quote online have relocated locally – actually more than 60%?

Planning to move? You might find the infographic useful. You can use it as a guide for your upcoming relocation. Trying to decide when exactly to schedule your move or wondering when to move next? Be smart and make an informative, intelligent choice.

An infographic by MyMovingReviews.

This is Qatar #Infographic #Qatar #Travel

Did you know? An astounding number of people have moved across the world to settle down in the Middle Eastern peninsula known as Qatar. Whether it’s for job opportunities or adventuring, many have decided to call this sunny paradise their home.

If you’re planning to do the same, there are just five things you should keep in mind before you make the move. These include planning around the weather, braving the inevitable jet lag, knowing the other international folks around you, budgeting your expenses, and of course, knowing all the best places to go!

You can find a to-the-point breakdown of all these factors in the following infographic. Travelling from the end of the world? No problem! Can you spot your country in our population list? Can you see where you’d like to go in the points of interest?

Whether you’re planning a move or are merely curious, look no further than DTZ‘s go-to guide to living in Qatar!

An infographic by DTZ.