International Careers and Long-Term Jobs Abroad
Career Abroad Empowerment don’t just happen. They are carefully planned and built up over a period of time.
International employers insist that you have international experience before sending you to work abroad.
The key to gaining international experience is to dive into all things international while you are at university
and by taking a gap year off. You need to build up a host of international experiences before you are ready to
start applying for professional international jobs. And the great thing about building these experiences is that
you can have a blast doing it with us!
Teaching English: A Stepping Stone to International Careers:
One path many have taken to successfully find overseas jobs is to start by teaching English.
Jean-Marc explains how this can lead to further options allowing your to develop your cross-cultural skills and
even to find work abroad in related fields. Many writers, teachers, and other professionals have gained a start
in this way.Find out
Manifesto for International Employment
This guide is targeted to people who seek their first international job. Most of the examples will be taken from the nonprofit, journalism, and educational sectors, although the principles apply to business and government as well.
The tips can be used to find short-term or long-term assignments, and will be helpful for recent college graduates, mid-career professionals, and retired people eager for new adventures. We will cover virtual networking as well as in-person strategies...
Living and Working Abroad
An eminent international career expert shares his insights regarding employment trends.
He offers practical and inspirational advice to short- and long-term job seekers in a conversation with Career Abroad Empowerment.
An exploration of perception versus reality regarding the many great opportunities for jobs and international careers.
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