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The world is becoming smaller and smaller as the borders are ‘disappearing’ and much more employees consider starting a career abroad. For these expat plans consider the following ideas.

For the CV you will need some important info on like:

  • The current residence details and locations you are interested in (if you send a general introduction and motivation letter along with the CV). The country code for your phone number (and worth indicating a GMT time window when you are available – if you prefer not to be called in the middle of the night!)
  • Which countries you are entitled to stay and work permanently in and also where you need visa sponsorship, etc.
  • Languages you speak, including mother tongue.

It’s worth highlighting international experience, especially when you don’t have an actual expat background. Any student jobs, international traineeships, summer university, or a local team of multicultural colleagues is worth a sentence! Indicate the countries you have worked in, if any.

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Don’t let the media and the news put you down.No matter how bad they say it is companies are always looking to hire the best available staff. If you have the right skills and passion, there will be a job waiting for right around the corner. 

The key is to remain upbeat. Here are 10 tips to help you stay positive while looking for a job.

1. Keep A Routine
Don’t get into the bad habits of waking up late, sleeping in the afternoons or procrastinating around the house. Get up at your normal time, eat properly and get some exercise (walking is free)!

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