“Most international students hope to work in the U.S. after graduation. However, unlike domestic students, international students face immigration hurdles and employer biases that require them to be a lot more strategic in their job hunt.
As a career advisor, you are in a unique position to help international students.
With a little planning and research, you can guide students to fulfilling careers in the U.S. or other developed countries with comparable economies and opportunities. Here are some tips to get you started.”