Expatriation and international jobs
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- Employee Relocation Council
- The web site of the Employee Relocation Council (British) offers a host of information on international labour mobility, including some interesting tests on whether you have the right skills to work abroad and information on how to order brochures on looking for work in 25 countries.
- Eurograduate Live
- Eurograduate Live contains an up-to-date Careers Database featuring thousands of Graduate Opportunities across Europe. There is also expert advice on Career planning and how to make job applications in other countries.
Europe Blue Card
Information about the Europe Blue Card. EU Blue Card is a work permit issued by 25 out of 28 EU Member States to highly-qualified non-EU citizens. It was introduced in 2007 by the European Commission.
Expat Women is a new web site designed to help all expatriate women living outside of their home country.
Outpost Expatriate Information Center
Shell's Outpost Expatriate Information Center not only provides information about working at Shell, but also has links to country information for most countries in the world.
Third-Culture Kids (was: Global Nomads)
A web site devoted to issues of interest to third-culture kids (check the web site to see if you are one).
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Anne-Wil Harzing is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University, London and visiting professor of International Management at Tilburg University. In addition to her academic duties, she also maintains the Journal Quality List and is the driving force behind the popular Publish or Perish software program.