Tip #1: Telling an HR recruiter that you “love Africa” gives little insight into how you would be the best person for the job.
Immersing yourself in a new culture goes beyond the new language, food, and friends; culture is also an intrinsic part of the workplace.
While there are many resources to help you find a job abroad, the transition back to your home country needs just as much attention and planning.
Pursuing a job opportunity abroad is filled with excitement and anticipation. But be sure to familiarize yourself with certain financial aspects involved in such a move before leaving.
If you’re looking for opportunities to make a difference in a new part of the world, you have to spend time researching and understanding the country and community you seek to join.