Posts tagged career advice
Expatriate advice - part 1

The chances of them returning to their homeland and finding an employer who will pay for their children’s international schools, their rent, their nannies and cleaners and caterers and chauffeured cars, their tax advisory support, their private family medical costs in top rate international hospitals……these chances are slim to none existent.  A reality check is needed. 

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Keeping sane on the job searching merry-go-round

Find fun.  Amuse yourself with B.S. bingo (heavens knows recruiters alone are full of it).  Giggle at the nonsense written in job ads and job descriptions.  Reward the achievement of your goals with fun activities (seriously – why shouldn’t you treat yourself after sitting through 20 mind numbing interviews in a week or getting 100 targeted applications out today?!) 

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