UNESCO has recently reported about the rise of internationally-mobile students across the globe. One driving force behind the trend is the aggressive recruitment strategies of college and universities to attract the best and brightest students. In 2013, more than 4.1 million students pursued their college degrees abroad, up from 2 million in 2000.
Working in another country can be one of the highlights of your career. You learn the language like a native, see the countryside as no tourist can, and immerse yourself in the culture of the land. But, launching a career abroad can also seem a little scary. Preparation can make the difference between an easy transition and disappointment when you arrive. Put your fears aside, and use these tips to plan for a career abroad.
Does the idea of living and working in Ireland set you into an immediate daydream? We know the feeling. But it doesn’t have to be a dream. You can intensify your resume and your work experience with an unforgettable opportunity working abroad in Ireland this year. Not only will you gain work experience, but you get to travel abroad and check another destination off of your bucket list while earning an income and real life perspective by living in a new country. Read More