Featured in the National Business Employment Weekly of the Wall Street Journal, the second edition of this popular book helps job seekers better understand the what, where, and how of working in today's highly competitive international job market. Two experienced international specialists provide frank answers to the most important employment questions: What is the outlook for international jobs in the 1990s? How should one best prepare for an international job? What is the best approach to finding an international job? What types of organizations are hiring abroad? Where are the jobs? Exposing numerous myths about international jobs, the book provides a realistic view of the international job market. It shows how to find employment with key international employer-multinationals, government agencies, nonprofits, consulting firms, foundations, educational, and research organizations-as well as opportunities in both developed and developing countries. Special chapters examine opportunities in the travel industry and how to start an international business.
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