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Interviewing in Italy

While punctuality is generally not as much of a priority in Italy — and it may be reasonable to expect an interview to start late — it is extremely important for you to arrive on time for a job interview

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Employment Outlook: Germany

The EU’s most populous country, Germany maintains a strong economy and a bright employment outlook. Despite the crisis caused by the coronavirus in the past few years, Germany remains Europe’s largest and strongest economy. The country has escaped recession by

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Employment Outlook: Australia

Things are looking up in resilient Australia, as hiring and employment opportunities increase. Australia has remained quite resilient against economic shocks like the COVID-19 pandemic and several lockdowns. This is thanks to the country’s location and economic diversity. Its hiring

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When in Rome …

For the visitor or would-be expat, here is an update on how Rome, one of the world’s most popular cities is faring post-pandemic. Rome, Italy, has been a world center for more than 2,000 years, and today it is much

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Employment Trends: United Kingdom

The United Kingdom still has some recovery to do to reach pre-COVID levels, but there is economic and employment promise on the horizon. The UK has been struggling with high inflation and energy costs, both of which are expected to

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Interview Prep: Australia

In Australia, interviews are still a key part of the recruitment process for all jobs. Increasingly, interviews can be done in a variety of formats in the early stages. These formats include an informal coffee meeting, a phone or video

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Employment Outlook: The United States

Post-pandemic, the United States’ complex economy and jobs market are both projecting growth, though the country may deal with a mild recession first. The economy of the United States is one of the largest and most complex in the world,

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Employment Outlook: Switzerland

With a labor force of almost 5 million people, Switzerland boasts low unemployment and a highly skilled and multilingual labor force. Employees tend to have more international work experience than is typical for EU nationals. They are also inclined to

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Employment Outlook: New York

As the effects of the global pandemic continue to recede, New York City’s jobs sectors see improvement and a positive forecast. New York City is the largest regional economy in the United States, with an annual economic output of 1.7

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Employment Outlook: Atlanta

Employment Outlook Atlanta

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