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International Job Opportunities

International Job Opportunities

International Job Opportunities

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I have been thinking about trying to see about job opportunities overseas, and was wondering if anyone has any thoughts or suggestions.  I am leaning more towards Russia, since I already speak the language a little.  I have been doing IT for almost 10 years all on the administration side (Desktop, Server, and Network).

Just curious if anyone can point me in the right direction.

Thanks,
Heath

RE: International Job Opportunities

I think the difficult part would be getting the work permit(s) needed.

In a lot of countries, this requires a company to sponsor you, and declare that you wouldn't be taking a job that a citizen should properly have.

Chip H.
 

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RE: International Job Opportunities

In some places, you cannot even qualify unless you have a degree, corporate sponsor, and the Department of Labor for that country deems your skills as "in need".  

"If I were to wake up with my head sewn to the carpet, I wouldn't be more surprised than I am right now."

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