International Jobs: Where They Are, How To Get Them

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Basic Books, Aug 14, 2003 - Business & Economics - 354 pages
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From teaching English to analyzing intelligence for the federal government, the international field offers a broad spectrum of exciting job opportunities. For over twenty years, International Jobs has been the authoritative guide for researching and launching an international career. In this newly revised sixth edition, veteran career counselor Nina Segal updates Eric Kocher's classic reference, providing all the tools necessary for understanding the complex international job market and finding the right employment options. With the tried and true components of previous editions-practical résumé and interviewing advice, market analysis, and insightful "day-in-the-life" stories-as well as substantially increased Web resources, International Jobs is the essential comprehensive reference for students and established professionals alike who want a career in the global marketplace.

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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. 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.

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