Tips on Finding a Job in a Foreign Country

Employment/Jobs Dec 16, 2016 No Comments

Searching for jobs internationally can be a complicated process, but with thorough preparation and research, you can spare yourself (and recruiters) a headache.

Location Targeting – it’s important to narrow down the location in which you wish to seek employment, rather than choosing a general geographic region.

Networking and Local Knowledge – sometimes it is about who you know and who they know, so take advantage of user groups and meetup leaders as they may already know about positions that could be of interest to you.

Other information to keep in mind includes relocation assistance, interview expenses and timing, and vacation and remote work policy.

Check out the full article for the full scoop on these handy tips.


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Mary Anne Thompson

Mary Anne Thompson founded GoinGlobal, Inc. more than two decades ago as a result of her own experiences job hunting in Sweden. She believes that to uncover the real job opportunities, you need the experience and personal insights of trained local specialists. Mary Anne continues to be an active CEO who shares her strategies and insights directly with clients to help them strategically maximize GoinGlobal’s unique resources.

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