The industries of IT and video games have taken the world by storm, creating jobs for knowledgeable and experienced professionals all over the globe. If you are looking for a career in IT or game design, then you are not lacking opportunities — especially if you want to work overseas. While it’s quite easy to move into these industries these days, searching for and landing work overseas comes with its own set of difficulties. The following are some tips to get you started.
Decide where you want to work
Deciding early on which country you want to end up working in is the best way to ensure you get the right education and experience that will be required. Since every country has its own set of prerequisites and required qualifications, it’s best to know what they are before you even begin your training. This will make it far easier for you to get your foot in the door in your chosen country when you’re ready to start working.
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The IT industry is the toughest employment market on Earth. It’s also a tricky job market in terms of job mobility. Restructuring, new systems and new technologies routinely put pressure on IT workers at all levels, requiring the acquisition of new skills and current experience in sometimes multiple technical areas. Accredited IT courses, IT diplomas and IT certificates are often critically important, particularly for those in the early stages of their careers. Business schools are often the best all-round option for IT workers, because these schools provide a range of IT skills which can be adapted to any job or career requirements and provide valuable skills in related areas.
The big IT career question- To specialize, or not to specialize?
There are diametrically opposite views of specialization in IT which directly affect training choices:
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