I know, this is a repeat of previous blogs - I'm shamelessly using previous topics - But, hear me out. This time it's different - and I can tell you why. Before we moved here, and the blogs that mentioned things like: 1 Year Before – Career Discussion, Create a job plan, and Start applying for jobs. These … Continue reading Pro-tips – Job hunting abroad
I met Brad long before he started studying to be an archaeologist. When we met, Brad barely thought he'd graduate high school, nevertheless, pursuing a degree in Archaeology. At 17-years-old, Brad was a helpful kid, with a chip on his shoulder (rightfully so, I later learned); who believed he was not intelligent enough to go … Continue reading Being Married to an Archaeologist
In the past, no one ever asked me what I did. When I worked for large corporations, it was easy to just say "I work for ___" and that, by itself, seemed to explain an idea of what I did. Then it was story over, unless someone was really interested. When I switched to agencies, however, … Continue reading What the hell is my job?
This one may sound a bit repetitive of previous post, specifically Career Discussion and Create a job plan; and it's only because it kind of is. The fact is after all of the scheming and planning, it's now time to implement. In my experience, most jobs in the United Kingdom take about 8 weeks to hear on - … Continue reading Start applying for jobs
Ha. This post depresses the shit out of me. When I had to start building this plan; it was less than 2 months before the move. It's recommended you do this earlier on than that (6 months, to be exact) - but I had hoped the agency I worked at, would let me work abroad. … Continue reading Create a job plan