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Article:How to evaluate an offer of a job abroad

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How to evaluate an offer of a job abroad
November 4, 2003
Peter Woolford

Overseas assignments can be a lot of things: exciting, intimidating, fulfilling, educational, career-enhancing, career-limiting. As with any decision, the first step in deciding whether to accept such a position is an investigation of the pros and cons. You should evaluate an overseas assignment the same way you would any local promotion, transfer, or new job.
These are just a few questions that you'll need to answer:
Will you learn new marketable skills?
Will you be recognized for your accomplishments?
Will you earn raises and promotions faster?

[Edited to remove full text and include a link to the source--MAH]
[ March 10, 2004: Message edited by: Mark Herschberg ]
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