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 wanted to let you know that your presentation along with your book have been an invaluable resource in restoring my hope in job hunting. Reading your book, I constantly found myself laughing as you'd point out the exact mistakes that I've been making. However, you have restored my confidence as evident by the fact that the word 'networking' now excites me.
Emmanuel Miller, Student, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Class of 2016
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.
Since the publication of the first edition of Power Ties in 2009, Dan Beaudry has been invited to speak at over 80 business schools, universities and professional associations across the country, helping thousands of international students and alumni from all disciplines unlock employment opportunities in the United States. He is the former head of campus recruiting for Monster.com, the former Associate Director of Employer Relations for the Questrom School of Management and a current international business development consultant for two companies serving career services and international education. (After all, getting a job is sales!) Dan is also the husband of a genuine former J-1 visa holder (named Elena) and has been through the immigration meat grinder!