International Career Strategy Call

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International Career Strategy Call

97.00

No time for emails and tasks?

Is your time valuable? If you’re wanting to get right to the information now and get right to the point of what to do - then you’ll want to book a strategy call. Our strategy call is a one-hour session where we not only review the information from the email workshop series, but also dive into more detail about you, your ambitions, and provide you with personalized advice about international careers. If you’re interested in saving time and getting right to the point, then book a call today.

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Here’s some of what we cover:

  • What are the international security organizations?

  • What are the types of interviews do they conduct?

  • How do I locate open positions?

  • Why the international market so competitive?

  • You’re the best candidate, but didn’t get the job, why?

  • The method to gain easier access to international jobs.

  • What is strategic patience, and why is that important?

  • Should I learn another language, and if so, which one?

  • What are metrics and how do I use them?

  • I’m hired (yay!), but now what do I do to manage my career?

  • How long is my probationary period and then what’s next?

  • What are examples of some pay grades and salary steps?

  • Are there any exams or tests during the interview process?

  • What does “work from the outside in” mean?

The guide offers a comprehensive step by step guide to overseas work by providing practical guidance in areas like resume development, interview preparation, and understanding what international organizations are looking for. More importantly, however, this guide takes you beyond the steps of just the application and interview process, and into the steps afterward once you’ve found work overseas. From contracts and planning a move, to practical advice for living as an expat, the guide equips students with the knowledge they need to be able to make important and informed decisions about their careers overseas.
— HKG