Packed with country-specific career information, this research tool provides expert advice for finding employment opportunities at home and abroad.
Interested in gaining work experience in another country?
Do you dream of an international career?
Looking for insider tips about how to get a job overseas or in a major U.S. city?
Going Global employment and career resources include world-wide job postings and internship listings, industry profiles and insider advice from local experts. 30,000 pages of constantly-updated content is available for you to research national and international employment options.
Country Career Guides provide country-specific career information such as:
- Work permit/visa regulations
- Resume writing guidelines and examples
- Cultural and interviewing advice
- Professional networking groups
- Employment trends and salary ranges
- Cost of living and other financial concerns
USA/Canada City Career Guides provide city-specific career information for over 45 of the largest metropolitan areas in North America. Information in the City Guides is similar to what you find in the Country Guides--but for Puget Sound students seeking community service positions, make sure to check out City Guides' Non-Profits and Volunteer Opportunities section.
International students: check out the listings of H1B employers for all 50 states!
Beyond Country and City Guides, Going Global features:
- Key Employer Directories: Research employers by industry and country.
- Job and Internship Search: Spider technology is used to daily identify more than 600,000 jobs and internships in countries around the globe. Filter your search by city, country, or non-profit/NGO opportunities.
Visit the CES Exclusive Resources page to search Going Global!
Feel free to contact CES anytime with questions, or drop by Howarth 101 for a demonstration.