Monday, February 2, 2009

Update from Researchers Still Needed

Hi Everyone, Another big thanks to all of the expats who have been helping Susan Musich with research for the launch of Susan is still looking for more researchers, so if you or anyone you know can help, please contact Susan directly for more information. Thanks.

Disclaimer: has agreed to provide a small donation to for every researcher found through us, who completes an assignment for Susan. Every little bit helps. Thanks Everyone!

New Locations For Which Susan Requires Expat Researchers:

  • Bolivia
  • Bulgaria
  • China (Wuhan/Hubei Province)
  • India (New Delhi)
  • Italy (Rome and/or Milan)
  • Kazakhstan (Almaty)
  • Turkey (Istanbul and/or Ankara)
  • Uganda
Old Locations For Which Susan Still Requires Expat Researchers:
  • Algeria
  • China (Nanjing, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Yangshou, Xiamen, Chongqing, Shenyang and Xian)
  • Colombia
  • Costa Rica
  • El Salvador
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Finland
  • Germany (Dusseldorf, Munich and/or Berlin)
  • India (Chennai and/or Bangalore)
  • Macedonia
  • Morocco
  • Nicaragua
  • Poland
  • South Africa (Cape Town and/or Durban)
  • Tunisia
  • United States (nearly all major US cities, except Austin, Houston, Raleigh NC, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Dallas, New York, Miami and Chicago)
  • Uruguay
  • Zambia

In case you have missed our previous blog posts, PassportCareer is looking for researchers to undertake a 20-25 hour (approximate) research assignment, focussed on their current expat location, in return for a small honorarium per assignment. (Note: If multiple major cities are involved, the hours and honorium usually increase accordingly.)

Susan is looking for expatriates (male or female) in any of the locations listed above, who have been there for six months or more, and can commit to finishing the assignment if offered. Susan has been working in this arena for 18 years and is starting PassportCareer as on online job search support system for international professionals – primarily spouses/partners who accompany expats.

"The research includes using the country profile survey (and template) that will be provided to identify appropriate job search information relevant to expatriates who will be moving to your current country. Such information includes: web sites; business cultural information; social and business networks; resume and interview information relevant to the country in question; and other related job search material."

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