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Getting a job overseas – insights from an LSE graduate | LSE Careers blog
Many graduates talk about wanting an international career. Indeed many do, working for a multinational company with operations and careers across the globe. Others may find themselves based in one country with regular visits to clients, companies or offices in other regions. Working for an international organisation, geographical mobility is key as your career is determined by country priorities and needs. But how many graduates go abroad with little more than a plan to travel and a general idea about what they might want to do and then end up pursuing a career with an international company in a country on the other side of the world? This is exactly what Christian Tooley, an LSE graduate in Geography, did: You could say my career story was not a typical LSE one. I did know I didn't want to work in investment banking but wasn't sure exactly what I wanted to do! In 2013 I graduated with a 2:1 (Hons) in BA Geography and still did not want a career, yet. Instead I pursued an MSc at The