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While circumstances such as the current economic situation and labour market trends may be beyond your control, there are still many things that you can determine, and thus make your job search (even) more effective.

Whether you are seeking a job for the first time in your life or you already have work experience, you probably have several ideas about what you could do. This set of three basic articles about job search (Job search in a nutshell; 8 tasks; 5 essences) may offer you some additional tips and help you structure those ideas into a job search plan.

„Networking means the act of exchanging information with people who can help you professionally.“
„Creating a group of acquaintances and associates and keeping it active through regular communication for mutual benefit. Networking is based on the question ‘How can I help?‘ and not with ‘What can I get? ‘“

“Since I moved abroad, it has had an impact on every aspect of my life: family relationships, work, friends, the way I look at things ...”, said one my friends, four years after she had moved abroad.

The sentence summarizes what we have heard often, having experienced migration ourselves, and thus having met many other expats, migrants and relocated professionals. At the same time, we recognize that we still have the same main values, we like the same things as before, and we remain the same sort of person we used to be. So what has changed?


For effective investment into both present and future, your job search activities could focus on the following tasks:


SMART is a broadly used mnemonic for setting objectives. For the first time, it was probably used in 1981, by George T. Doran.

The letters mean:

S - Specific

M - Measurable

A - Attainable

R - Relevant

T - Timely


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