Does your country offer you little to no chance for success?
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Pack up your life and build your own future. Soon a colossal change in global labor mobility will take place. We will all benefit.
If you aren’t one of the few overpaid and qualified expats, you are one of us: a migrant. Uncertainty is the main factor that accompanies us during our journey; if we fail, nobody will care about it, apart from me.
Born from the conclusive thesis of my multi-campus Master in Global Business held in Canada, France and South Korea, this book is a collection 1400+ migrants and professional recruiters’ testimonials to answer one great dilemma: How do I succeed abroad?
We cannot deeply understand the answer to this question without examining the epochal shift that will make migrants the most desired workers on the planet. By 2030 countries such as the USA, Germany, Russia, Brazil and South Korea will fight to have you working there. Sounds impossible right? It’s not.
“Global Labor Mobility is brakeless: jump on it or get run over. How soft skills put you in control” combines migrant testimonials and data in support of experts’ predictions. It will ease your uncertainties and put you in position to succeed everywhere.