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Interviewing in Japan

Before interviewing for a job in any country, you should research and learn as much as possible about the prospective employer. Studying the company website and its social media presence (including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter), reviewing company news releases, and

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Interviewing in India

Applications for jobs in India usually are made by resumé or curriculum vitae (CV) and a cover letter, both of which should be in English. For each position you seek, you should submit a resumé that matches your skills and

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The Art of the Interview – Spain

Spain consistently ranks as one of the world’s most visited countries, beloved for its people, its culture and its many renowned attractions. Whether you are a foodie on the hunt for the best paella, an art lover determined to see

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Interviewing in Singapore

Singapore is a unique setting that offers a high quality of life, many attractions and a fascinating cultural experience. It is a popular destination for not only tourists but those of you looking for a life-changing work experience that can

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Interviewing in Italy

Moving to Italy sounds delightful – the history, the culture, the landscape, the art, the food, the sites. As a country, it’s laid-back, and the people are warm, welcoming and stylish. What’s not to like? But, to stay longer than

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Interviewing in Indonesia

When you decide to apply for a job, bear in mind that your job is your career and choosing the right job is important for your general happiness. As Confucius once said, “To be happy with your life, love your

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Job Interviewing in Australia

If you are formally invited to interview with an Australian company, it means there is a good chance of a job offer resulting. Australians take their job interviews seriously. So, seriously, in fact, that laws have been enacted that protect

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Acing the Post Interview

Job interviews can be nerve-wracking, scary, exhilarating, educational, disappointing or exhausting (add your own adjectives here). The list can go on and on. The bottom line is, if you’ve gone about the interview the right way, it has been hard

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Mastering the Job Interview: Saudi Arabia

If you are looking for work in Saudi Arabia, the country offers a wealth of opportunities and income not taxed by the local government. If your eye-catching cover letter and CV custom-tailored to a specific job have attracted the attention

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Mastering the Job Interview: The U.K.

In the United Kingdom, job interview preparation and interview etiquette are paramount to a successful interview. We’ve listed some key ways you can become well versed about the company and position for which you are applying before the big day.

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