International Jobs: Where They Are, how to Get Them

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Perseus Books, 1999 - Americans - 321 pages
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For twenty years, International Jobs has been the authoritative guide to launching—and enhancing—an international career. Newly updated and extensively revised, this fifth edition of International Jobs provides everything you’ll need to navigate the rapidly changing, increasingly complex twenty-first century international job market. For the first time, this indispensable guide contains web sites for each organization—and a new section on how to most effectively use the Internet in a global job search—“day-in-the-life” essays that tell you what some of these jobs are really like, and honest, practical advice to help you sort out which jobs present actual opportunities, and which just sound good on paper. With new chapters on consulting, non-profits, advertising, public relations, and multimedia, this edition of International Jobs is a must-have resource for today’s savvy students and professionals alike.

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Contents

The Link
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Conducting an Overseas Job Search
29
Landing the Job
38
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About the author (1999)

Eric Kocher served for twenty-two years with the Foreign Service and was subsequently Dean of Career Education at Columbia146s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). He is now a career counselor for the Princeton Club in New York. Nina Segal was Assistant Dean and Director of Career Services at SIPA for nine years. She has consulted for the Ford Foundation and UNDP, and is currently Manager of Cross Cultural Services at Windham International in New York.

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