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A person passing money through a teller's banking window

Have you ever thought about a career in the financial services industry? If you’re like most, you probably haven’t. Most people just go to the bank or credit union to deposit a check after payday or to withdraw cash.

But the next time you’re driving to work, school, daycare, the grocery store, or anywhere else, really, count how many financial institutions you pass. And as you’re passing each one, ask yourself a few questions:

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6 tips for international job huntersThis is the second part of a two-part series. In the last post, I introduced 3 important tips for job hunting. In this post, I'll discuss specific tips for international job hunters.

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This is part one of a two-part series. 3 tips are presented here, and 3 tips specific to international job hunters will be presented in my next post. The first question that comes to mind when job hunting is: where can we begin to look for jobs? We all know we can use the Internet, but it's not that simple, and it's certainly not enough. Many people submit their resumes to posted jobs, day after day, but never hear back from employers. Why?

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