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How the Trump Administration's New H-1B Wage-Increase Rule Affects International Students
In the wake of a new rule raising the wages that employers must pay H-1B visa holders, we spoke to international student career expert Marcelo Barros.
How Trump’s Executive Order Halting H-1B Visas Affects International Students and Big Tech
In the wake of President Trump's executive order freezing temporary work visas, including H-1Bs, we spoke to international student career expert Marcelo Barros.
How Trump’s Temporary COVID-19 Immigration Ban Affects International Students’ Job Search
To shed light on the latest developments impacting international students in the U.S., Vault spoke with international student career expert Marcelo Barros.
9 Job Search Tips for International Students in the Age of Coronavirus
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, international students graduating this spring are likely to face unimaginable job search challenges. Here’s a list of actions students can take to keep their U.S. employment hopes alive.
Why International Students Should Consider Careers in Canada
U.S. immigration policies have tightened, making it more difficult for international students to stay in the country after graduation. But just across the border, Canada has taken an open-arms approach to immigration.
4 Job Search Strategies That Get International Grad Students Hired
Here are four job search strategies that separate international students who receive U.S. job offers from those who don’t.
Networking Tips for International Students
Networking is one of the most important parts of the job search process—and it's even more important if you're an international student looking for internships and jobs in the U.S. So here are several essential networking tips—from a former international student.
7 Common Job-Search Mistakes New International MBAs Make
Coming to the U.S. to pursue an MBA as an international student is a huge accomplishment. However, don’t forget that you have a lot of work ahead of you, especially if you’ll be seeking U.S. employment. Here are some common mistakes to avoid as you march toward your career goals.