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Whether you are interested in working in another country, or if you are planning to move in the near future, these books will provide you with the information you'll need to make informed decisions and to be ahead of the game.

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International Jobs: Where They Are and How to Get Them  
International Jobs: Where They Are and How to Get Them
by Nina Segal, Eric Kocher

Price:  $19.95

From teaching English to analyzing intelligence for the federal government, the international field offers a broad spectrum of exciting job opportunities. For over twenty years, International Jobs has been the authoritative guide for researching and launching an international career. In this newly revised sixth edition, veteran career counselor Nina Segal updates Eric Kocher's classic reference, providing all the tools necessary for understanding the complex international job market and finding the right employment options. With the tried and true components of previous editions-practical résumé and interviewing advice, market analysis, and insightful "day-in-the-life" stories-as well as substantially increased Web resources, International Jobs is the essential comprehensive reference for students and established professionals alike who want a career in the global marketplace.

Living and Working Abroad  
Living and Working Abroad
David Hampshire

Price:  $21.95

What's it really like Living and Working Abroad? This book is essential reading for anyone planning to make their home abroad and is designed to guide you through the 'jungle' and help make it a pleasant and enjoyable experience. Most importantly, it's packed with vital information to help you avoid the sort of disasters that can turn a period spent abroad into a nightmare. It will also save you time, trouble and money.

How to Get a Job in Europe  
How to Get a Job in Europe
by Robert Sanborn

Price:  $22.95

This revised guide provides the names and addresses of over 2,000 employers with each country's employment resources, economic outlook, and employment regulations. It includes advice on creating international resumes as well.

International Job Finder

 
International Job Finder
by Daniel Lauber, Kraig Rice

Price:  $19.95

As the first book to offer a such a breadth of legitimate tools and information for the worldwide job hunt, this is a cost–effective resource. Including * detailed descriptions of the jobs * 1,100+ sources of internaitonal job vacancies * and U.S. jobs in business, education, government, and non–profits * salary surveys * candid comments about job sources * job–listing hotlines,services and periodicals * how to spot a scam And for the Internet job-hunter: * legitimate Internet job and resume databases * job–listing emails * online and offline directories * step–by–step instructions for each Internet site * the pitfalls of some sites * free updates at http://jobfindersonline.com.

Straightforward Guide to Living and Working Abroad  
Straightforward Guide to Living and Working Abroad
by John Packer

Price:  $16.95

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live somewhere else? While no where is perfect, John Parker gives you some tips on how to get by wherever you are in the world.

Work Worldwide: International Career Strategies for the Adventurous Job Seeker  
Work Worldwide: International Career Strategies for the Adventurous Job Seeker
by Nancy Mueller

Price:  $14.95

Lots of people think about having an international career, but to most it seems impossible. This book helps turn those dreams into reality. Work Worldwide shows readers how to research, apply for, and get an international job. It includes quizzes to help define goals, culturally specific information for doing business in a foreign country, and advice for long- and short-term assignments; and it explains the basics of moving to a foreign country, such as visas, currency, and transportation.

Working Abroad: Using the Internet to Find a Job and Get Hired  
Working Abroad: Using the Internet to Find a Job and Get Hired
by Erik Olson

Price:  $14.95

Finding a steady job in another country can mean anything from jetting off to a multinational firm in Hong Kong to slinging beers in an Irish pub. Regardless of what your dream job is, if it’s outside the U.S., this is the book to help you get it.

Because the Internet is the only place that can truly encompass the breadth of job opportunities beyond the U.S., you need to know the best sites for finding what you want. Whether it’s posting your résumé, getting a foreign work permit, or reading up on a particular industry, you’ll find it in this book.

Living, Studying and Working in Italy: Everything You Need to Know to Fulfill Your Dreams of Living Abroad  
Living, Studying and Working in Italy: Everything You Need to Know to Fulfill Your Dreams of Living Abroad
by Monica Larner, Travis Neighbor Ward

Price:  $15.30

So, you want to move to Italy for six months but you don't speak the language well. How do you look for a job? Your heart is set on buying a farmhouse in Tuscany. What are the legal pitfalls to avoid? You'd like to study in Rome, but your college doesn't have a program. Which schools should you apply to?
With all-new information on the Internet and on the effect of the conversion to the euro, this essential companion guide to Italy features
- hundreds of addresses and Internet sites, from real estate
agencies to job banks
- details on visas, banking, taxes, and residency permits
- freelance, seasonal, part-time, and full-time employment
options
- more than two hundred language schools, American colleges,
and Italian universities
Written by two seasoned expatriates, Living, Studying, and Working in Italy is packed with candid insider's tips and practical, up-to-date

Living, Studying and Working in France: Everything You Need to Know to Fulfill Your Dreams of Living Abroad  
Living, Studying and Working in France: Everything You Need to Know to Fulfill Your Dreams of Living Abroad
by Saskia Reilly, Lorin Kalisky, Lorin David Kalisky

Price:  $17.00

The essential book on how to make a life in France. More than 90,000 Americans live abroad in France, making it home to one of the largest expatriate communities in the world. This is a savvy and insightful book full of hard-earned advice on how to make the most of your experience in France. Following in the footsteps of the successful Living, Studying, and Working in Italy, this guide will help Americans grow into French culture and help them feel at home in a country famous for its cultural and social particularities. The authors, two Americans who have spent extensive time in France, provide detailed information ranging from health care procedures in France to how to put together a rsum (known as a CV in France). With material on networking, employment opportunities, choosing the right study program, and navigating the French Internet, this is the essential guide for anyone who wants to live, study, or work in France.

Europe on a Shoestring  
Europe on a Shoestring
Lonley Planet Staff

Price:  $17.49

Dreaming of Europe? Rail, bus, fly, bike or hike your way through 40 countries with this essential guide, packed with trip-extending, money-saving tips on the best European adventures. Drift along Norwegian fjords, hit German beer festivals, bathe in Icelandic hot springs, laze on Mediterranean beaches or marvel at Transylvanian castles. Take the first step of the trip of your life with Lonely Planet.