Working in the Global Economy: How to Develop and Manage Your Career Across Borders

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 10/12/2012
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Corporations have tremendous resources to scan and evaluate numerous environments before developing specific strategies for market entry or market development. However, global competition has pushed corporations to become leaner and more competitive by forcing them to effectively manage their core competences locally and globally. In the same way, telecommunication advancements, strategic restructurings and the widespread use of outsourcing strategies have forced workers to compete intensively for jobs and careers within and across many national boundaries. Despite the fact that national governments, educational institutions and corporations all play a vital role in job and career dynamics, more and more the burden is on individuals to indentify, develop and manage career paths that are satisfying and rewarding. This book will not only provide the individual with the tools necessary to evaluate various domestic and international career markets but also present strategies to help them package and market their skills and competencies at home and abroad.

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