With over 1100 websites, hundreds of recruitment agencies, and lots of useful contacts, this book tells readers where there are overseas jobs available, how to apply for them, and how to weigh up the risks and rewards of expatriot living, whether on a temporary or permanent basis. CONTENTS: PART I - Working abroad - an option for you? PART II - Finding a job 1 The search for a job 2 The recruitment process 3 Coming to a decision PART III - Preparation and acclimatisation 4 Preparing to leave 5 Settling in PART IV - Surveying the opportunities 6 Working holidays and work experience 7 Contract work 8 Permanent jobs and self-employment PART IV - The Regions of the World 9 Europe 10 The Arab World 11 Asia 12 Africa 13 North America 14 Latin America and the Caribbean 15 Australasia and the Pacific PART VI - Reference About the author ROGER JONES has worked in a number of overseas countries and now writes extensively on careers and education as well as on living and working abroad. Quotes Practical advice on finding the country where you can make the most of your skills. - 'The Guardian' - highly informative - lots of hard information and a first-class reference section. - 'Outbound Newspapers' Do your research thoroughly. Check out GETTING A JOB ABROAD. - 'Cosmopolitan'NEWSPAPERS aamp; PERIODICALS (General) The Economist: The Economist Subscription Centre, PO Box 471, Haywards Heath RH16 3GY. Tel: (01444) ... Monthly magazine which lists details of BBC World Service radio and TV programmes.
|Title||:||Getting a Job Abroad|
|Publisher||:||How To Books Ltd - 2003-01-01|