Career Services for International StudentsAs an international student you will find yourself faced with the decision to pursue a job search in your home country or in the United States. If your interest is to pursue a job in your home country, you will need to adapt your job search techniques to your homeland cultural and societal norms. You will need to determine job search techniques and etiquette that will serve you best in your home country.
If you plan to pursue career opportunities in the U.S., you will need to adjust your job search techniques to U.S. laws, cultural and societal norms. The research you do will increase your chances of a successful job search in the United States.
The "Undergraduate>Conducting a Job Search" section of this website covers the fundamental strategies and techniques for a U.S. job search. As an international student we advise you to review this section closely. The goal of this section is to provide additional job search information pertinent to international students.
- On-Campus Employment
- Resources of Interest
- International Student Job Search: Initial Decision
- Laws Governing Employment Eligibility in the US
- Make Your Job Search an Efficient Process
- Internet Resources
- International Career Fair
Additional information about post-graduation employment issues can be found at http://www2.binghamton.edu/isss/employment/index.html
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