Christopher Zeitz

Christopher Zeitz
Chris Zeitz joined AIRINC in 2012 as a surveyor. He has traveled to Africa, Europe, and the Middle East in that role. He is now an analyst working on Hardship and Cost of Living with the Data and Analysis department. He works closely with the survey teams based out of Massachusetts, U.S.A., Brussels, and Hong Kong. He has additional travel experience prior to joining AIRINC courtesy of his time spent serving in the U.S. military.

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 07, 2016 @ 04:26 PM / by Christopher Zeitz

CARACAS, Venezuela - About one month ago, Venezuela announced another overhaul to the complex currency exchange system in the oil rich but economically troubled country.



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[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 18, 2016 @ 05:00 AM / by Christopher Zeitz

The risk of a terrorist attack is a component of our Violence category within Hardship. In that category, we also evaluate political stability, rates of crime – particularly if expatriates are targeted, and efficacy of law enforcement.



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[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 08, 2016 @ 04:16 PM / by Christopher Zeitz

Zika virus is an emerging health risk in the Americas. Mosquitos of the Aedes genus, particularly the Aedes Aegypti species, are the principle cause of transmission for the virus. These mosquitos also transmit dengue and chikungunya, and so the outbreak of Zika has tended to afflict populations already subject to these viruses. There also have been suspected instances of person-to-person transmission, including one apparent case in the Dallas, Texas, area.



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[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 17, 2015 @ 10:30 AM / by Christopher Zeitz

Air pollution in larger cities has received a great deal of attention in recent months. Several major cities have experimented with partial bans on vehicular traffic, including Paris, Beijing, México City, Santiago, and São Paulo. Sometimes these policies have proven to be quite effective with noticeable improvements in air quality, but not always.



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