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US degree leading to a job outside US?

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New post 24 Mar 2009, 05:12
I know someone must have asked this somewhere before but given the job market outlook right now and in the coming quarters, can someone shed some light on the process of getting a job outside US (other than the home country, in case of International students). By outside US I mean financial centres of countries like Canada, UK, Australia, Germany, France, maybe even Dubai or HongKong, Singapore. If someone could elaborate on whats the process like for even one and do some extrapolation, it would be really worthwhile information, at least for me.

Assume the US degree one is pursuing is a Masters level and from a decent ranked University (top 25).

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