The ways that we go about a job search have changed. It used to be that you could call a few recruiters, send out some job applications and look for job ads in your Saturday newspaper.

A job search now? - It's a jungle out there!

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By arriving onto this page, you are taking the first proactive step in search for jobs, careers, work or employment.

Because we know that the job search is a full time job without pay, we made this stressful task as easy as possible for you. As the result, you may find below our selection of the best resources and services available today for job seekers.

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International Job Search

International job seekers should be prepared to take the foreign country as it is with all of its difficulties, contradictions and challenges.

Most visits to the foreign countries are trouble-free but you should be aware of the global risk of international terrorist attacks, which could be against civilian targets, including places frequented by expatriates and foreign travelers like restaurants, hotels, clubs and shopping areas. You should exercise a high degree of caution due to deteriorating security situation.
Criminal activity, as well as demonstrations and occasional protests remain a concern throughout a number of countries. In recent years, many authorities have carried out a number of investigations and operations against drug related crimes and terrorist networks.
Monitor local news broadcasts and consular messages. Ensure that your travel documents and visas are current, valid and secured in a safe place. Carry a photocopy of your travel documents in lieu of the originals. Maintain a low profile, vary times and routes of travel, and exercise caution while driving. Making local contacts quickly and seeking support from other expatriates will greatly increase your comfort and safety.

The applicants should be familiar with basic information related to country in which they are seeking employment. Knowledge of geographical and economics data could be crucial during a job interview. Be aware of the regional differences in cultural manners, dress code and language, if you want to apply successfully for an international job.

Foreign Languages in International Job Search

There are many positions in foreign countries that require professionals who are fluent in English and who can speak local language at the business conversation level. Although local language is not essential, a sound working knowledge of the language is considered necessary to cope with daily office life and life outside work.

There are exceptions within some areas i.e. IT industry, tourism industry. Not speaking local language will not necessarily hurt you.

Usually write your international CV or resume in local language to local companies and in English or other foreign language to international ones.

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Argentina Denmark Italy Pakistan South Korea
Australia Dominican Rep Japan Panama Spain
Austria Ecuador Kenya Paraguay Sweden
Bahrain Egypt Kuwait Peru Switzerland
Bangladesh Finland Liechtenstein Philippines Taiwan
Belgium France Luxembourg Poland Thailand
Bolivia Germany Malaysia Portugal Turkey
Brazil Greece Malta Puerto Rico UAE
Canada Guatemala Mexico Qatar UK
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China Hungary Netherlands Russia Uruguay
Colombia India New Zealand Saudi Arabia USA
Costa Rica Indonesia Nigeria Singapore Venezuela
Cyprus Ireland Norway Slovakia Vietnam
Czechia Israel Oman South Africa Virgin Islands

 You may run your job search right now, but when you find some suitable jobs you must apply immediately with your current CV or resume and cover letter.

Remember that your CV/resume must be targeted, scannable and generate hits. If you have a difficulty with your CV writing or resume writing instead of staring at a blank piece of paper, use CV samplesCV templates, resume samples and resume templates or:

Most recruiters expect to receive a cover letter together with your resume or CV.
So, prepare a cover letter convincing the reader why you are the best candidate for the interview.
If you have a difficulty with your cover letter writing use one of these:

In recent years it become increasingly popular to join the LinkedIn or Facebook social networking websites for professionals, where you may search for jobs and have your keyword-optimized, rich content profile with current CV or resume. Hiring managers use them more frequently to consult your profile and supplement or check against the CV/resume you send along. If you do not have an account, create one and include your social media link(s) on your CV/resume.
However, you should manage your online presence. Eliminate any photos and statements that could reflect poorly on you. From an employer’s point of view, someone who emphasizes partying on a social networking site is not focused on jobs and those who post complaints about work or colleagues are less desirable candidates. Online CV/resume should not include sensitive information as they could show lack of respect for confidentiality and discretion.

Other Job Search Indeed Info

To be successful in your job search and getting jobs you want, you need prepare cover letter and CV or resume which you must email instantly to the prospective employers selected during a job search.

When you receive an invitation to the job interview, you may apply for the visa and work permit. Then take a look at dress code because how you dress is the one of the most important attribute in being hired.

Check the job interview do & don't and other job search skills pages. Find out why people are not hired for available jobs.

In addition, on job search, visas, work permits, cover letter, CV & resume, job interview and dress codes pages, you will find very useful tips for job search in many different countries.

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