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How To Find The Right Type Of Job Search That Works For Expats

  Expats are often faced with different experiences in their job search. While companies may be fighting to recruit some intelligent minds out there, some other job seekers may have to put up a valiant effort to find a good fit. Many expat job seekers employ different means to look for available vacancies in their career choices.  Here we look ...

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How To Write A Resume For An International Career

  Resume expectations differ significantly in various countries and regions around the world, so it’s important to prepare your resume for the specific country where you hope to work. Research the resume customs of your target region, check out resume examples to help you get started, and adjust your resume accordingly to maximize your chances of success in setting off on an international car ...

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How To Explain A Gap In Your CV

  There can be many reasons why you have a gap in your CV and many try to hide the reasons feeling it will reduce their chances of getting the next job even if the gap was for a valid reason.   How should you deal with the career break?       Illness, accident, caring for a sick or injured family member or simply choosing to take time to look after your child.  All are legitima ...

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Student Resume Examples

  Preparing a CV for a student might be overwhelming. Whichever job you’re applying for, your primary issue is the same: you’re up against many people, and most of them would have better working qualifications than you. So what strategy are you going to use to overcome that? The solution is straightforward. By generating a flawless student resume. One which dazzles every recruiter ...

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How Professional CV Writing Can Help You Get A Job Abroad

At some point in our lives, we all need to use a curriculum vitae. A good CV is crucial to the kind of response you get after applying for a job. Your CV speaks for you in your absence, and you need to make sure it represents you well. Many people write their resumes, but in recent times people have started employing professional CV writing services. This is more common for people looking to work ...

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Linkedin Profile Picture May Land You A Job

  According to scientists, a person starts to form impressions after seeing someone’s face for less than one-tenth of a second. So whether we like it or not – we all tend to judge books by their cover. Indeed, 71% of recruiters report they rejected a candidate based on their LinkedIn profile picture at least once.       Written exclusively for Expat Network by Magda ...

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How To Turn Your Passion Into A Career Abroad

  Struck by the pandemic, many of us had more than enough time to consider what we want to do in the future. Many people quit their jobs, even more got laid off, some chose to switch lanes and choose a new calling, some opted for relocation to another country for a career abroad. No matter where you are right now career-wise, it’s always a smart idea to incorporate your passions into your wor ...

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4 Unique Job Ideas For Expatriates

  When deciding to move to another country, it’s often the case that you’re moving for work or have a job that moves with you. There are, however, many people who prefer to just make the move without having a position lined up. Thankfully, there are tons of interesting and unique jobs that expats can find for either short-term or longer-term periods of time. Here are a few ideas t ...

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5 Tech Specialities For A Great Expatriate Job

  One of the competencies you may have that can go a long way toward landing a great expatriate job is tech experience. There are several distinct tech careers and many of them make you attractive to overseas employers. Here is an overview of some of the more internationally desired tech professionals.       Network and System Administrator Before a company can do anything internall ...

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How To Write An ATS-Friendly CV And Beat The Bots

  When hiring, most organisations use software known as an applicant tracking system (ATS), which scans CVs, eliminates the least qualified applicants and creates a shortlist of the most suitable, all before a human has set their eyes on the applications. Fail to tailor or format your CV appropriately, and you may never hear back from an employer.     Written exclusively for Expat N ...

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