Does what works in the USA work where you are?

December 18 2014 by Editorial - admin

With so much online advice and content being generated in the English language in the USA, and with great respect […]

Don’t let barriers stop your job change before it’s started

December 4 2014 by Editorial - admin

It’s difficult enough making the decision that you need to change jobs, let alone actually beginning the task. It can […]

Is sleep deprivation murdering your career?

by Editorial - admin

It’s something most of us have experienced. Whether it’s due to stress, over activity late at night as we work […]

There are still jobs out there and they’re closer than you think

November 20 2014 by Editorial - admin

While not every economy is booming worldwide there are still a fair few that are doing OK (China, India, Sub-Saharan […]

3 Things You Can Do To Make Sure You Don’t Miss Out On The Best Jobs in 2015

by Editorial - admin

While you can’t visit their stands right now, many of our exhibitors are still looking for talented people right around […]

How important to you is diversity in your workplace?

November 19 2014 by Editorial - admin

It appears from research by Glassdoor, an organisation that tries to understand candidate perceptions of employers and allows you to rate […]

Some neat Interview advice we found on Pinterest

by Editorial - admin

We’ve all waded through great lists – 24 Excellent Things to Do in an Interview kind of thing. All very […]

Meet 8 of the World Food Programme’s Loggies!

November 17 2014 by Editorial - admin

That’s the affectionate name for the logistics experts who are vital to the delivery of protective gear, medical items, equipment and […]

Time to get your CV in shape

November 10 2014 by Editorial - admin

Your CV may not feel like the most urgent thing to be thinking about right now. Surely, it makes sense […]

Will your social media profile lose you the job offer

November 5 2014 by Editorial - admin

According to a new survey by CareerBuilder an increasing number of employers are using social media to research job candidates […]

Why the IMF could make a difference to your career while making a difference to the world

November 4 2014 by Editorial - admin

The IMF ‘s aim is to foster global growth and economic stability. While it is headquartered in Washington, D.C., its global reach […]

The World Maritime University has so much to offer employees as well as students

November 3 2014 by Editorial - admin

Founded in 1983 by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a specialized agency of the United Nations, WMU is a center of […]

How can you ensure you get noticed at work and obtain the promotion you deserve?

by Editorial - admin

Quite simply you need to constantly show your colleagues, your boss and others outside the organisation that you work with, […]

Possibly one of the highest profile NGOs in the world

October 31 2014 by Editorial - admin

There are sadly few world news bulletins within which a territory will not be mentioned where the UNHCR is active. For […]

What is a NEET?

by Editorial - admin

Following the Great Recession there is the number of children and young people Not in Employment, Education or Training in EU/OECD […]

Meet the IOM

by Editorial - admin

Perhaps you have not yet encountered the incredible work of the IOM yet? Supported by 67 countries and controlling funds […]

The European Central Bank plays crucial role in European recovery

October 28 2014 by Editorial - admin

The importance of ECB’s role in creating stability and greater certainty in the banking system cannot be underestimated. Neither can […]

It’s not just about emergencies

by Editorial - admin

Much of the work of development and relief agencies is more about prevention, education and understanding, though emergencies like the […]

Could you help make Europe a safer place to work?

by Editorial - admin

Donning Darth Vader style armour to stay safe in the work place may not be practical or desirable. The European […]

There’s still time…

October 27 2014 by Editorial - admin

If you didn’t manage to visit the Fair last week (though over 6,000 career searchers looking for International opportunities did), don’t despair. […]

Want To Work For The European Development? Meet the ECB At The GCF

October 16 2014 by Alix Vazeux

The people who work at the European Central Bank work together for Europe. They are a team of teams, evolving […]

ICRC Hot Jobs

by Alix Vazeux

The ICRC is looking for people with diverse skills to join their team: Interpreter, Administrator, HR manager, Logistic specialist… many […]

Navigate Your Way To The Right Job For You!

by Editorial - admin

Each floor of the Fair will be dedicated to one industry to help you drive your job search and visits […]

Want To Find Out What The GCF Look Like?

October 15 2014 by Alix Vazeux

Have ever participated to the GCF? No need to move from you desk to access it! Want to have an […]

Want To Improve Your Application? The GCF Can Help!

by Alix Vazeux

Discover our career service providers here to help you in your job search and applications. Get a free CV review […]

Overview Of The Global Careers Fair

by Alix Vazeux

What does the Global Careers Fair look like? Get a quick overview… Here we go!           […]

Hot Jobs From UNFPA – Join the Global Careers Fair

October 10 2014 by Alix Vazeux

UNFPA is seeking candidates for their innovative Leadership Pool initiative! As a UNFPA Representative or a Deputy Representative, you can […]

Meet The World Maritime University at the Global Careers Fair

October 8 2014 by Alix Vazeux

The World Maritime University (WMU) in Malmö, Sweden is a postgraduate maritime university founded by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), […]

Meet the International Committee of the Red Cross – exhibitors at the October 2014 GCF

by Alix Vazeux

For the 3rd time this year the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) will be part of the Global […]

Meet The IOM And Its Recruiters At The Global Careers Fair

October 7 2014 by Alix Vazeux

Come and meet the International Organization for Migration (IOM), exhibiting at the Global Careers Fair on 22-23 October 2014. Who […]

Calling Women IT Staff To Join The IMF

October 6 2014 by Alix Vazeux

Do you want to be part of a top international organisation at the heart of global financial policy? Take a […]

ICRC Seeking Engineers In Water And Habitat

by Alix Vazeux

To get an idea about how engineers at the ICRC brings water, shelter and sanitation to people affected by conflict […]

Free Offer For GCF Attendees: Discover Your Strengths To Gain The Edge

October 3 2014 by Alix Vazeux

The latest addition to the Global Careers Fair will help jobseekers understand themselves better and stand out to target employers […]

Meet the International Committee of the Red Cross – exhibitors at the October 2014 GCF

October 2 2014 by Alix Vazeux

For the 3rd time this year the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) will be part of the Global […]

Hot Jobs of The Week

by Alix Vazeux

Want to get an idea about the job opportunities you will find in the Health & Emergencies floor? The ICRC […]

“First floor – Going up!” What floor is your career on?

by Alix Vazeux

What is the right floor for your career? The Global Careers Fair will be introducing different themed floors at our […]

7 Ideas You Forgot To Include In Your Resume

by Alix Vazeux

It is true that your CV needs to be as concise as possible but you do need to make it […]

Are You A Graduate Passionate To Work In The Humanitarian Field? Read About The UNHCR’s New Programme

October 1 2014 by Alix Vazeux

The UNHCR has launched the Entry level Humanitarian Professional Programme (EHP). Dedicated to professionals under 40 who are passionate about […]

Challenging Mission, Rewarding Experience, Work For The IMF

September 29 2014 by Alix Vazeux

Supporting economic growth, stability and prosperity in the world economy is challenging work. The IMF’s 2,400 employees focus on meeting […]

QUIZ: What Kind Of Networker Are You?

September 26 2014 by Alix Vazeux

Networking is a critical factor in improving your chances when job hunting. So, the challenge is – how to do […]

What NOT to Wear to Your Next Job Interview

by Alix Vazeux

Whilst we like to use the saying “you can’t judge a book by its cover” research has shown that the […]

The Global Careers Fair’s Platform Updated!

September 25 2014 by Alix Vazeux

Good news! We are planning to create exclusive floors at the next GCF to help you find your dream job! […]

Hot Jobs Of The Week

by Alix Vazeux

Want to move to the USA? UNFPA is seeking a Finance Associate in their New York offices. Have you hear […]

The 100 Best Companies For Working Moms

September 24 2014 by Alix Vazeux

Working mothers face the daily juggling act of balancing their professional and personal lives. Working fathers are also increasingly affected. […]

6 Productivity Hacks Backed By Science

September 22 2014 by Alix Vazeux

Do you find that there are never enough hours in the day? Science has shown that there are certain behaviours […]

Millennials: Make Yourself Recession-Proof

by Alix Vazeux

Millenials, do you want to get some insights about the reality of the jobs market? Things may be easing in […]

Do You Exceed the 5 Basic Expectations of Every Recruiter?

by Alix Vazeux

All recruiters have basic things they expect from candidates. Have you heard about these fundamentals? Want to really impress your […]

Spot on UNHCR exhibiting at the next GCF

September 16 2014 by Alix Vazeux

We are delighted to present our reliable exhibitor for the next Global Careers Fair: the UN Refugee Agency, emerged in […]

7 Ways to Become the Best Intern your Employer Ever Hired

by Alix Vazeux

Internships often end with an offer of a permanent job. Do want to be the next intern who makes this […]

Discover the Benefits of Fuller CV

September 11 2014 by Alix Vazeux

For the second time, we have partnered with Fuller CV to offer a free CV review for all candidates participating […]

Spot on the International Organisation for Migration (IOM)

by Alix Vazeux

We are delighted to introduce, the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The IOM was born in 1951 out of the […]

Meet the ILO’s recruiters on 17 September 2014

September 10 2014 by Alix Vazeux

Would you like to work in an internationally diverse, globally changing, highly principled environment? Do you have a proven high […]

Registration for GCF5 is now open!

by Alix Vazeux

We are delighted to announce that we are opening today the registrations for the next Global Careers Fair which will […]

4 Signs Your New Job Is In Danger

September 9 2014 by Alix Vazeux

It may happen after a week or a year of work in a company; there are some signs that should […]

Your New Job is a Nightmare?

by Alix Vazeux

You just started your first days at work… new location, new office, new colleagues… but NOT one of them sounds […]

Do Women Occupy even a Third of the Public Sector Leadership Roles?

August 20 2014 by Alix Vazeux

In order to encourage Women to work in the International Public Sector, we would like you to have a look […]

Gender Inequality in Public Service

by Alix Vazeux

We previously mentioned the persistent inequality between men and women in some areas of the workforce. It is important for […]

5 Tips For Transitioning To A New City

August 19 2014 by Alix Vazeux

You arrived in the city 5 years ago, you have discovered all the secrets and magic of the incredible metropole […]

10 Tips to Help you Find a Job using Social Media

by Alix Vazeux

There are many ways to use your social media profiles for your job search. Here are our useful tips to […]

Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years?

August 18 2014 by Alix Vazeux

“Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” is THE classic question to end a job interview. By asking this […]

Use Social Media to Improve your Job Search

by Alix Vazeux

Using social media is now part of the recruitment process. We want to share this information with you because many […]

Tips for Surviving a Career Transition

by Alix Vazeux

Thinking of a a new career direction? To change  industry, company or even country, you will have to face various […]

What is a Foreign Policy Graduate Program?

by Alix Vazeux

Many Graduates would like to dedicate themselves to the Public Sector but don’t know how to approach this environmment.  Nowadays, […]

How To Cope With Redundancy?

August 15 2014 by Alix Vazeux

Redundancy has become more of a possibility for everyone’s career. For most of us it seems like it is the […]

Public-Private Partnerships: An Innovative Solution?

by Alix Vazeux

In this article, you will be able to discuss the benefits of a potential partnership between Public and Private Sectors. […]

5 questions Not to Ask to End a Job Interview

by Alix Vazeux

The last sentence of an employer at the end of an interview will be “Do you have any questions for […]

How to Spend the First 10 Minutes of Your Day?

August 14 2014 by Alix Vazeux

The idea in this article is to understand what little actions will help you start your day at work in […]

What’s Your 30-Second Resume?

by Alix Vazeux

Networking is a major tool for your job search. You need some advice on how to make a pro-active networking […]

15 Reasons Someone Else Got the Job

by Alix Vazeux

CareerBuilder conducted a study to understand  what are the influencing factors for a prospective employer’s decision when two candidates are […]

Questions To Ask Before Quitting Your Job To Work at a Start -Up

by Alix Vazeux

Are you bored of working in a corporate where you are considered as just a simple number amongst thousands of […]