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Working World: Careers in International Education, Exchange, and Development

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Are you looking for a career with professional rewards and personal satisfaction? Perhaps you'd like to find meaningful employment in the field of international relations? Working World is the perfect resource for making sound career choices, and is particularly valuable for those interested in exploring a career in international education, exchange, and development.


Paperback, 264 pages
Published July 31st 2008 by Georgetown University Press
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It's great that a book like this has come out for those interested in International Education, Exchange and Development careers. While information on job hunting in the first part of the book is not new information, it is nice to have a brief overview of it and adding in specific details for the specific job field. I didn't find the profiles particularly useful, as many of these people graduated from very prestigious universities and the book regularly emphasizes to "forge your own path." Howeve ...more
A very quick read, most of the advice is common sense, but it's nice to have it fully articulated as a reminder more than anything else. I wouldn't say I learned anything I didn't already know from job-hunting on my own, but the organization of thoughts has helped get my mind going again. The list of resources isn't anything too new or out of the ordinary either, but having someone else go through the task of compiling the list makes things easier.

This book literally took me two afternoons to g
The list of resources, especially those online, are the most helpful aspect of this book. The job search techniques were nothing new or noteworthy.
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