Want a job in the United States?  This book was written for you.

The International Student’s Guide to Finding a Job in the United States.

 

 “I’m really happy to be writing this email to you because I recently found a job in my field of study (investment consulting) in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Thanks a lot for coming to Northeastern Univ that one evening and changing my (and other MBA students) entire outlook about the US job search!”
Mehmood Saad Quedwai, Northeastern University, MBA Candidate 2010
 
Have you been applying to jobs online, sending your resume everywhere, and getting no results or responses? Are you being told by recruiters that their company doesn’t sponsor H-1B visas? As a student, you have limited time for your job search.  Learn how to invest your time, and give yourself the best chance of finding a U.S. job with visa sponsorship.  Turn your OPT into an H-1B, and get the job you came to America to get.  
  • Learn how to find a job at almost any company: even if the company has a policy against sponsoring H-1B visas.
  • Learn why human resources staff are often an obstacle, instead of a conduit to finding a job – and how to bypass them.
  • Learn why applying to jobs online is almost a complete waste of time – and how you can better use that time.

 

 Power Ties: The International Student’s Guide to Finding a Job in the United States has been widely praised by international students and career counselors. Written by the former head of campus recruiting at Monster.com, the book reveals common mistakes made by international students, an explains the best path to getting a job in the United States with H-1B sponsorship. 

 

To get an H-1B visa, you need a job offer from an American employer. Immigration lawyers and lists of past visa sponsors won’t show you how to get one.  This book will.   

Taking action is what determines success. You’ve already been successful in studying at an American university.  Are you ready to find a job in the United States?  




Vernis, Azur Stole, Leopard Stole. In that order. louis vuitton bag,

s Louis common? No, not common at all. Imitators (counterfeits) are more common than ever.Do you still see Louis as luxury? Absolutely. Is Louis your favorite brand or a second choice? Louis V. is my first choice luxury designer brand.What do you think of the global excess expansion? I don't think they've expanded too much. I just think that the current economic environment has hit LVMH just like any other company. louis vuitton bag

,

How do you use your mini pochette! What's inside and do you use the chain or is it removed? lv bag

,ersonally I havent and probably wont sell any of my bags, but I am just starting my collection so maybe eventually I might find myself in the same situation.If youre not into hand helds then it makes to get rid of them especially if theyre just sitting there not being used. But then Id question, is it really the hand held quality you dont like or is the the space/access/size bc both bags you dont seem to like are speedys which some people fin lv bags,

I'd go for the Trevi!! Gorgeous, fun, worry free bag! The azur speedy would be great for the upcoming spring/summer months though....hard decison, but I'd still go for the Trevi! You definitely can't go wrong with any of your choices though. Good luck with your decision! louis vuitton bag

,

Very pretty wallet! Congrats louis vuitton bags

,damier azur goes really well with leopard in rouge fauviste! Congrats! louis vuitton luggage,

Congrats! lv bag

.