Wednesday, 21 April 2010

How life can differ

5 days until the launch of Expat Explorer 2010.

We read a really interesting article recently that serves to highlight how different standard procedures can be from one country to another – in this case, applying for a job. Apparently in Peru, conciseness of a CV is less important than making sure every single detail of your experience is covered, and submitted in person along with copies of qualification transcripts when making an application.

According to the author, Russian Victoria Lugovskaya, this is quite the opposite to how applications are done in her home country. Does anybody else who has tried looking for work in another country have stories on how different it can be? Let us know by posting on here or tweeting us.

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