Your spouse comes home and tells you he has great news. He then proceeds to tell you about the great job offer he received from his company, but the only catch is you have to move to Europe. Exciting, right?
Maybe it is scary. Maybe it is intimidating. Maybe it is a shock and you do not know what to say. If you are a career professional in your field, your first thought is how to maintain a career abroad as an expatriate who is now going to be unemployed. Or maybe you are the trailing spouse, the stay at home mom, whose needs will be forgotten. Although a spouse’s career abroad has the potential for excitement and personal growth, expat wives and spouses often fall through the cracks of the pivotal career move and become dissatisfied. Do not be discouraged. There are many choices for expat wives and spouses to begin or maximize international careers, eventually creating dual careers for both spouses. Career coaching and expatriate networks offer the trailing spouse the opportunity to forgo unemployment and pursue an international career like their spouses.
U Diverse can help you make the change. We provide in-depth coaching from ICF-certified coaches and trainers who speak French, English, Dutch, Spanish and German. Take action and get matched with our coaches today with us today. Call us on +31 6 55 83 24 42 and email us at email@example.com. You can also follow us on LinkedIn and check our website: www.udiversecoaching.com
About U Diverse’s founder: Magali Toussaint is the founder of U Diverse. She is an ICF-certified leadership and career coach, cross-cultural trainer and job search strategist with an extensive career in recruitment, HR, diversity, and education. She has also helped international organizations on their talent acquisition strategies and diversity plans. She has lived and worked in over four countries. To learn more, visit her Linkedin profile at linkedin.com/in/magalitoussaint
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