Posts by Passport Career

2 Perspectives to Improving International Communication

Posted by on May 21, 2019 in Expat Lifestyle, Global Career Blog | 0 comments

2 Perspectives to Improving International Communication

While all cultures have numerous sub-cultures and subtleties that can’t be easily boiled down, it’s worth considering where they fall along this spectrum and tailoring your communication approach accordingly.

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Starting a Career in the United States for Non-US Citizens

Posted by on May 16, 2019 in Global Career Blog | 0 comments

Starting a Career in the United States for Non-US Citizens

Each year, the number of international students and foreign-born professionals from all over the world who navigate the process of gaining employment in the United States grows. But even as the number of working non-US citizens increases, many expats hoping to gain work in the United States may be overwhelmed by the complexities and challenges put before them, unsure of where to start.

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The Key to Positive Country Transitions: Sponsorship

Posted by on May 14, 2019 in Global Career Blog, Portable Careers | 0 comments

The Key to Positive Country Transitions: Sponsorship

Information is key to managing expectations and preparation, but there is an additional tool: A sponsorship program can be a powerful way to foster a positive transition.

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Considerations for Managing International Assignments

Posted by on May 7, 2019 in Global Career Blog, Portable Careers | 0 comments

Considerations for Managing International Assignments

Moving to a new country for work or an internship is an exciting prospect for most: a chance for travel, exposure to new cultures, professional growth, international opportunities. But as in the case with most big changes, opportunities are accompanied by challenges.

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Celebrate International Workers’ Day

Posted by on May 1, 2019 in Global Career Blog | 0 comments

Celebrate International Workers’ Day

Employers around the world are required to provide employees with paid leave May 1 in recognition of this holiday. Some places revel around traditional bonfires, while other areas prepare for protests regarding immigrant and migrant rights, racial justice, women’s rights, and health care, to name a few.

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