Job-Hunting is Job-Hunting
Looking for a job internationally parallels looking for a job domestically — and we’ll take you through the steps.
One last comment before we fully dive into the steps you need to follow to land that foreign internship or job.
As you’ll see on the following slides, much of looking for a job internationally parallels looking for a job domestically. You still need to know the type of job you’re seeking. You still need to research employers. You still need to know your unique advantage (your mix of education, skills, and accomplishments). You still need to put many, many hours into first finding job leads and then into applying for jobs. And you still need to know how to interview well.
But don’t fret if you’re not a job-hunting expert. We’ll take you through all the steps — and always provide you with links to other parts of Quintessential Careers (articles and other tutorials) in which you can take side trips to learn more about various aspects of job-hunting.
Lost? Go to the Map of the Working Abroad Tutorial.
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