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  • What is my functional area and industry?

    Simply put, your Industry is the primary sector that your company operates in. Your “Functional Area / Department” is the department of the company that you work for.

  • What is the pay like?

    Generally, the compensation for expatriates is based on the compensation of the country in which you are currently working. Canadians and Americans are paid the highest, but generally it is less than the compensation being earned in North America. However, because the income is tax-free and healthcare is provided, individual’s take home their entire pay check. This allows them to save many times what they do back home.

  • Do I need a visa to work abroad?

    In most cases, you will need a special type of visa known as a work permit. Some countries even require work permits for unpaid internships or volunteering. Working for pay without a work permit is usually illegal and may put you at risk of deportation. Special programs for working, interning and volunteering abroad can usually help arrange for a work permit.

  • How to choose a country for Job opportunity?

    One needs to select the country as per interest, area of study, opportunities after studies, budget, eligibility, and career objective. Popularity of institutions also can be a factor while selecting a particular country.

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