We have added another website to our family of brands: JobsInGothenburg.com.
JobsInGothenburg.com was launched in 2011 by the same American expat who launched JobsinStockholm.com* in 2006. This expat lived in England and Belgium before moving to Sweden and understands how important finding a decent job is to building a new life in a foreign country.
Speaking the language of one’s adopted country is also vital to having a good life, however the need to get to work sometimes takes precedent over attending language classes full time. In today’s world economy English is often the business language of companies with global clients and customers. JobsInGothenburg.com wants to bring you great jobs now, with the majority of them listed in English and with the requirement of speaking English.
JobsInGothenburg.com is also a source of information about Gothenburg and Sweden including what one needs to know to transition into Sweden as well as build a social and professional network.
*JobsinStockholm.com is part of JobsinHubs.com. JobsInGothenburg is NOT affiliated with JobsinHubs.com.
As the XING Stockholm group Ambassador it has been my pleasure to organize our offline networking events again this year. Here are the photos from our event yesterday.
And here is what we learned:
“What You Stand For” A brief but lively introduction into the most powerful aspect of presentation skills; by John Paval of ICS Sverige: http://www.icss.se/
Easy. Comfortable. Safe. With mopper, you can buy anything, anytime, anywhere direct to your mobile. Introduction by Ruben Flam, CEO of Mopper: http://www.mopper.se
If I didn’t believe in it before, I certainly do now. I am referring to networking. That old adage, “it’s not what you know, but who you know” rings true as much now as ever. Take XING for example. I have met many interesting, dynamic, and funny people by being a member of OpenBC. The group forums are filled with intelligent conversations around topics that cover everything from Global Business Women to life before, during and after a MBA. And while I joined the network while living in Belgium I have connected with people in my hometown of Washington, DC, fellow alums in the USA and Europe, businessmen in Africa, as well as women working and thriving across the globe. In fact, when I moved to Sweden, some members of OpenBC were the first to reach out to me and make me feel welcome (thanks Bendt!). Don’t underestimate the power of your personal and professional network. We are all closer to each other than ever before.