Non-U.S. job search and preparation resources
Websites covering multiple countries and/or regions
My Perfect Resume
This website provides inclusive website links for job searches in eight regions: 1) Canada, 2) the Caribbean, Central & South America, 3) Western Europe, 4) British Isles, 5) Central and Eastern Europe, 6) Scandinavia, 7) Africa and the Middle East, and 8) Asia and Pacific Rim. Visit the My Perfect Resume website.
Monster Global Gateway
This website connects Monster.com users to 51 affiliated job sites in 44 countries, including Singapore, Korea, India, and Malaysia. Note that there are jobs posted for Hong Kong but not Greater China. Each country’s site is different because it is operated by Monster’s global branches or affiliated companies. English or home language is used. Visit the Monster Global Gateway website.
This website provides free access to millions of jobs and internships from thousands of job boards, newspaper classifieds, and company websites in 63 countries across five continents. You can search for jobs in your home language. Employers can post jobs on this website, but it is more likely that Indeed.com collects job postings from other sites by using online search engines. Visit the Indeed Worldwide website.
This website is a job search engine, where you can search the "where" box by entering "Worldwide." It covers 61 countries. If you click a country, it shows a search box where you can type in your home language. Visit the CareerJet Worldwide website.
This website is free to University of Minnesota students through your online Job system (GoldPASS, The Edge, TalentLink)—log in and look for GoinGlobal under "Resources" within "Career Center. Provides international job seekers with country-specific career and employment guides for more than 40 countries. Job search resources, industry and employment trends, top companies, networking resources, work permits and visas, and resume/CV guidelines are provided. This company also provides job search engine services that covers 63 countries.
This website is for a global recruitment company with country-specific pages and postings, including China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, and Malaysia. Visit the Robert Walters website.
This website shows very a comprehensive list of jobs in the international development sector, including NGOs, UN organizations, nonprofits, funding agencies, and foundations in developing countries. Visit the DevNetJobs website.
Asia/Oceania-specific job websites
Founded in Malaysia, this website now posts positions in Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Jobs are regularly updated and good quality. Visit the JobStreet website.
This is one of the most famous job sites in China and has the highest peak traffic. Averages over 3.2 million job postings. Ranked number one in market share. Some services are in English, but you need to be able to read in Chinese to view the listed jobs. Visit the 51job website.
This website covers about 50 cities in China and probably the second most used site behind 51jobs.com. All information is in Chinese. Job seekers can upload their resume. Visit the Zhaopin website.
This website is a professional social network in China. Traffic is growing enormously and claims to have posted over a million jobs in the last year. Visit the Dajie website.
International Alumni Job Network
This is a job board for positions in pan-Asia. For now, it is strongest in Vietnam, but growing rapidly in Malaysia and Hong Kong, and wider China. It has independent relationships with start-ups, businesses run by ex-pats, and multi-nationals so you will find positions advertised here that you couldn’t find elsewhere. Visit the International Alumni Job Network website.
US Alumni Job Network
This is a country-specific website for U.S.-trained alumni returning to a country to build social and business relationships with others through mentors and on-site meet-ups. Visit the US Alumni Job Network website.
This is most influential job website in South Korea. Monster.com bought this company in 2005. You can see job listings for various levels such as part-time, entry-level, mid-career, and executive search firms postings. Like other major job sites in Korea, all content is in Korean. Visit the Job Korea website.
The website has won numerous awards in South Korea and has a variety of local and global companies. Visit the CAREERCOKR website.
This is a major job website for foreign companies operating in South Korea. All content is in Korean. Visit the PeoplenJob website.
Contact Singapore is a governmental agency that provides career and education resources to foreigners who want to find an employment opportunity in Singapore. Non-Singaporean international students who want to find a short-term internship may consider the Working Holiday Program that allows them to work up to 6 months. Visit the Contact Singapore website.
This is one of the largest career portals in Singapore. Includes postings for internships. Visit the JobsCentral website.
This website provides information on employment opportunities at companies in Taiwan as well as on Taiwanese companies operating in the U.S. English version is also provided. Visit the Contact Taiwan website.
This is the number one job site in India. 29 million+ registered users and 47,000+ recruiters. Visit the Naukri website.