Archive | March, 2013

Fallstricke internationaler Bewerbungen: Die Besonderheiten des amerikanischen Lebenslaufs

Fallstricke internationaler Bewerbungen: Die Besonderheiten des amerikanischen Lebenslaufs Wer seinen Lebenslauf im internationalen Bewerbungsverfahren schlicht übersetzt, hat – selbst bei hervorragender Qualität der Übersetzung, zumindest bei US Unternehmen, in der Regel schlechte Karten. Beim US Bewerbungsprozess  sind etliche Besonderheiten zu beachten. 1) Das Bewerbungsfoto Auch in Deutschland darf das ausschreibende Unternehmen ja mittlerweile nicht mehr […]

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A personal-experiment: Participating in a course about successful blogging!

A personal-experiment: Participating in a course about successful blogging! When I opened my translation and content writing business in Ohio, I decided to start a blog which I did not have while I was running my translation business in Munich. However, I just jumped right into writing and off I went. Now, after blogging for […]

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So you want to be fluent in German? Two major traps expats should avoid.

So you want to be fluent in German? Two major traps expats should avoid. If you are reading this – my recent post “Top 5 reasons why you definitely should not learn German” apparently did not stop you from being interested in learning German. Good! When it comes to learning German, I always wondered how […]

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