Working abroad can be the opportunity of a lifetime. If you’ve ever dreamed of working in Asia, Europe, Africa or India, today’s landscape reflects almost limitless possibilities for pursuing international career goals.
Whether it’s teaching English or transferring to an overseas arm of your company, there are several ways to get your foot in the door. And being an international worker can definitely give you some competitive edge in today’s global job market. Brazen Careerist offers tips on how to take that leap into an international career.
“Overseas stints have launched many a career because of the inherent curiosity, flexibility and interest in the world they indicate to an employer,” says Stacie Nevadomski Berdan, author of the new eBook GO GLOBAL! Launching an International Career Here or Abroad (SNB Media L.L.C.; $4.99).