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Buzz word of 2014: Global mobility

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According to Forbes, Global mobility is on the rise, and many employees want a passport filled with foreign-nation stamps to bolster personal growth and career development. Increasingly, they’re seeking expatriate, commuter, rotational or other alternative assignments to build their resumes. International assignments are a great career development tool and, at the same time, help organizations address talent shortages & close skill gaps.

In other words, if you haven`t yet thought about working internationally or relocating, this is something you may want to consider.

Detailed information about working in particular countries within European Union: http://targetjobs.co.uk/careers-advice/working-abroad

First step in applying for international jobs? Do your research online and browse through hundreds of overseas vacancies!

https://jobs.telegraph.co.uk/jobs/international/
http://www.monster.co.uk/

http://www.eurojobs.com/

Current international vacancies on CareersHub:

 Get a job overseasAbercrombie & Fitch – Manager in Trainingpositions available in Europe, US, Asia, Australia, Brazil & Dubai

Credit Suisse Autumn Internships – Investment Banking Department & Global Market Solutions Group positions available in Europe

Whirlpool Corporation – Fast Track Management Programpositions available in Europe

Standard Chartered Bank – Wholesale Banking International Graduatepositions available in Asia, Middle East, Africa, Europe

FDM Group – Graduate IT ConsultantsAsia Pacific (Hong Kong; Singapore)

Schroders – Sales & Marketing (Distribution) Graduate ProgrammeSingapore

FDM Group – Graduate IT Consultant ProgrammeSouth Africa

From the Employer Liaison corner – Victoria.

Employer Engagement Team

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