Archive for the 'Working abroad' Category

How to Prepare For a Global Profession

How will globalization affect your future?  In many ways and it can start as early as college.

You probably hear about lots of overseas companies recruiting professionals from the United States, who bring great education and a global perspective to companies around the world. Colleges and universities are helping prepare students in many ways, from requiring that students take courses on global issues to encouraging travel and exploration abroad.

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Posted by:  Laurel Delaney

10 Myths On Why Women Don’t Go Abroad

Stacie Nevadomski Berdan dispells ten myths on why women don’t go abroad.

First, here’s a snippet of an interesting fact:

According to a recent study by ANZ recruitment agency Hydrogen Group, women who want to further their career should work overseas.  All of the 2,637 professional women surveyed in Global Professionals on the Move 2011 said they would recommend working abroad.

Read the entire article:

Women Move Up by Moving Overseas

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney

Advice For Women Working Abroad

Do women have extra barriers to contend with when considering going abroad?  The Going Global blog, a leading provider of country specific career and employment resources for individuals interested in working outside of their home country, addresses that question and much more with:

Do Women Have Extra Considerations When Choosing to Work Abroad?

What has your experience been?  We welcome hearing from you.

Related useful resource:

•  Captivating advice for women working abroad – USATODAY

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney

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