Eszter Hargittai shares tips on what to take on overseas work trips -- and how to make your tools effective.
Working Outside the U.S.
International graduate students are faced with an added challenge on the U.S. job market -- get a job or go home -- but it's possible to turn their foreignness to their advantage, Christopher Garland writes.
Expats from the country or Americans seeking jobs there are in for some surprises when applying for faculty posts, writes Richard Utz.
English teaching jobs may be hard to come by in the U.S., but many can be found elsewhere -- and Anna Faktorovich offers advice on how to get them.
Professors looking to work in other countries and regions -- and the college officials who hire them -- must be aware of the visa requirements and other potential legal hurdles, writes Natasha Baker.
Alexander Chirila describes the interview process -- and the due diligence on both sides -- for being hired by the American University of Nigeria, and the rewards of his unusual career path.
Western academics can find good positions and plenty of the comforts they crave (with a better standard of living) far from home, writes William Roden.