• Work Experience

  • Work experience is often asked in a job interview and is of great significance in one’s career. It is probably second only to a college major or field of study when applying for a job. Undergraduate and postgraduate students can intern at a company or volunteer for a non-profit organization to gain work experience, which is not uncommon these days. With the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses are shut and jobs slashed. Candidates who are more experienced seem to have an edge over fresh graduates in the job market.

  • At the moment, international travel is still limited to those with special or urgent needs. But a dramatic increase in cross-border trips is possible in the post-pandemic era,especially trips made from hard-hit economies to destinations that are quicker in their recovery from the virus.

  • People who seek employment outside their own country might need to have their resumes and CVs notarized, authenticated and legalized to be eligible to apply for a work visa depending on where they intend to work. The entire process can be complicated and time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to be when you have an agency or a consultant to assist you with documentation. So instead of idling away your time during home-isolation or lockdown, why not take the opportunity to brush up on your skills, or take on something new that might help you land a job in the post-pandemic era?

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