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Employment Outlook: Tokyo

Japan’s megacity continues its job growth, low unemployment and overall optimism, according to Mary Anne Thompson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal.


Employment Trends: United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a commercial, financial and business hub of the Middle East.


Employment Trends: Vietnam

With economic reforms, more modern business practices and a youthful population, Vietnam is on a growth trajectory – with one major problem – the demand for skilled employees far exceeds supply, according to Mary Anne Thompson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal.


Employment Outlook: Toronto and Vancouver

Slow but steady job growth can be found in two of Canada’s major cities, despite the negative impact of falling commodity prices in some regions of Canada, according to Mary Anne Thompson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal. 


Employment Outlook: India

The world’s largest democracy and one of its largest economies, India has experienced rapid economic growth in recent years. India is now the world’s fastest growing economy, with a very optimistic employment outlook, according to Mary Anne Thomson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal.


Interviewing in Australia

The key to getting a job in Australia is interviewing well. Here are some tips to get you through the process confidently and successfully, according to Mary Anne Thompson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal.


Employment Outlook: Germany

Germany, which boasts the largest national economy in Europe, enjoys low unemployment, a highly skilled workforce and a bright future, despite growing skills shortages, according to Mary Anne Thompson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal.


Employment Outlook: China

Despite an economic slowdown, China still boasts one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, along with the world’s largest population. The country is offering an abundance of job opportunities for its masses, but there are skills shortages, a looming labor shortage and high employee turnover, all of which is increasing the need for expats on the mainland.

By Mary Anne Thompson, founder and president, Goinglobal, Inc.


Employment Outlook: France

With only modest economic expansion this year, high unemployment, and an inflexible labor market, job growth in France remains challenging. However, the country is experiencing talent shortages across many sectors, and those with the necessary skills have the best chance of gaining immediate employment, according to Mary Anne Thompson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal.


Employment Outlook: Spain

Despite continued high unemployment, Spain’s unemployment rate is improving as its economy is expected to grow faster than most of its European peers, according to Mary Anne Thompson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal.


Being an Expat in Finland

With unemployment on the decrease and employers hiring across multiple job sectors, Finland is once again finding favor with expats, according to Mary Anne Thompson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal.


Employment Outlook: California

The cities of San Diego and San Jose shine a positive light on employment trends in the Golden State. Both cities show current low unemployment and growth across multiple job sectors, according to Mary Anne Thompson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal.


Working and Living in Buenos Aires

Expats are drawn to Argentina’s capital city for its low cost of living, vibrant culture and growing employment opportunities, according to Mary Anne Thompson, President and Founder of GoinGlobal.


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