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Looking for work in any country can be a hard task, but when you are an international visitor in that country it can make looking for work there much harder. That is when the InternationalStudent.com Job and Career Center can come in and assist you with your job hunt! Additionally, if you are in need of finding an internship, whether for a school requirement or simply to gain experience, you will have access to the latest internship listings available. To make the search easier and to save you time, you can narrow down the listings by job or internship, region and industry sector. Browse our job listings, read our helpful articles and you will hopefully have a better chance of getting work…
The search to find a job can vary greatly depending on what country you are searching for a job in. With competition as fierce as it is in today’s job market, you will want to make sure you don’t miss out on an opportunity because of a cultural blunder. Our ”Looking for Work in…“ guides will educate you on the proper work guidelines within different areas of the world so you can put your best foot forward in the job market and have a better chance at landing a job.
Many countries around the globe require that you submit a resume, also known as a CV, to apply for a job or internship. Since your resume is the first impression a company will have of you, it’s important that you project the message you want to portray. Our resume writing and advice center will provide you with the resources you need to perfect your resume and cover letter. With samples, writing tips and access to resume editing services, you have what you need to impress your future employer.
Many international students are required to complete an internship to fulfill a course requirement. Even if your program doesn't require you to complete an internship, it’s a good idea so you can gain the hands-on experience needed within the work-force. Work-Study programs are a great way for students to legally work and study inside the US.
As an international student, you will likely have at least one, if not more, interview during your time in the states, whether for a job, an internship, or graduate school. Interviewing is stressful for everyone, but as an international student, you have the added concern of language and cultural barriers. Here are a few tips to help you succeed in your next interview.