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Argentina
In Argentina , a good first step in a career search is to apply for a job through search firms and online job sites. Execuzone, Portal RH...>>


Australia

There are an enormous number of online job resources available in Australia...>>

Austria

Unlike many other industrialized European nations, Austria's job market is still rather traditional...>>

Belgium
Belgium has many very good public, private, and online resources for foreign job-seekers...>>

Brazil

Foreign job-seekers living in Brazil should brush up on their networking skills...>>

Canada
The online job resources available in Canada are enormous...>>

China
To get a job in China, you'll need marketable skills, personal contacts, a very strong command of a Chinese dialect (usually Mandarin), and luck...>>

Denmark
Online career websites and job listings, such as Denmark-Jobs.com, are valuable tools for the foreign job-seeker...>>

Finland
An international job seeker has an advantage in Finland's job market: knowledge of a culture other than the Finnish one...>>

France
The best way to get a job in France, as in most of the rest of the world, is through personal contacts...>>

Germany
There are two classic ways to find jobs in Germany—employment bureaus and newspapers advertisements...>>

Hong Kong
The most effective way to find a job in Hong Kong is by using online resources, local newspaper classifieds, and trade magazines...>>

Ireland
The employment market in Ireland is very active. There is currently...>>

Italy
Thanks to the increasing use of computers and the Web, it's possible to find a job in Italy on the Internet, but traditional forms of recruiting, such as public employment agencies, personal networking, trade union assistance, and newspaper ads, are still more common...>>

Japan
Finding employment in Japan requires both marketable skills and personal contacts...>>

Korea
Korea has bounced back quite well from the Asian financial crisis of 1997, and foreign money is flowing into the country...>>

The Netherlands
Job-seekers should ask friends and acquaintances in the Netherlands about potential job opportunities and referrals...>>

Norway
Networking and personal recommendations lead to many jobs for Norwegians, which can make it difficult for foreigners with few connections to penetrate the job market...>>

Peru
Online job resources are just beginning to appear in Peru and do not yet represent a popular way to search for employment. The online job sites...>>

South Africa
South Africans rely on networking and personal recommendations when looking for job, but foreigners with few personal contacts in the country don't need to worry—there is no reason why they cannot compete in the job market and gain access to networking resources...>>

Singapore
Some companies and public-sector organizations, including the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education, advertise and conduct interviews in other countries...>>

Spain
For an expatriate, landing a job in Spain can seem like finding a needle in a haystack...>>

Sweden
Networking skills are key to a successful job search in Sweden-over forty percent of Swedes find their jobs through friends, family, colleagues, former or present business contacts...>>

Switzerland

With Switzerland's extremely low unemployment rate, many Swiss job-seekers have few problems finding new jobs or changing careers...>>

United Kingdom
In the UK, working as a "temp" (a temporary employee in a company or firm) can often lead to permanent entry-level work...>>

United States
In the last decade, the United States' viable labor market and thriving metropolitan centers have made finding employment fairly easy...>>

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