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How do you find an international job?

I am very interested in finding a career that will take me all over the world. #communications #travel #international #studies

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Kerri’s Answer

A very good friend of mine traveled all over the world for her employer. It was a Financial Service Company (a Bank) that was based in Boston and had locations across the globe. She primarily worked in the U.S. and traveled for business, and then she had an opportunity to relocate to China for two years.


So I would recommend finding large corporations that may be US Based and have locations throughout the world, or possibly a foreign owned company with a US presence and start there.


Also look for employers that offer leadership development programs, which often time cycle an employee through different business units and locations in their company over the course of 2-4 years to expose them in all aspects of operations before deciding where they would like to land. Good luck!

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Dennis’s Answer

I started traveling internationally doing one trip per year while doing social work. I then started a photography business doing magazine assignments and was able to increase my foreign trips per year shooting stock photos which I marketed to magazines and book publishers. When I had enough experience as a travel photographer I started my own photo tours company. Eventually I was able to travel abroad four to six times per year, including doing cruises which I photograph for and occasionally blog about for a cruise website. If you are creative in your thinking, you may be able to invent your own international job.

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