Recently, I came across this great article…it refers to childhood and times when we were day dreaming of who we would like to become when we grow up. It suggests a thorough search in our memories of the image of ourselves – AS SEEN BY A CHILD-YOU. Once we get that image, we should take … More Childhood day dreaming vs graduate’s memories of your dreams
3. What are the CONSTRAINTS FOR YOUR CAREER DEVELOPMENT? The issues described in ‘How to get in the loop? -part 2‘ can refer to external constraints, that are not directly dependent to your actions, but form a background story to your life. However, there may also be internal constraints that will depend on your upholding values, fears, human and … More How to get in the loop? – part 3
2. What is the REALITY OF THE PLACE YOU WANT TO MIGRATE LIKE? The question of the reality of the labour market and options for career development in the migration country can be clustered into five main issues. I have listed these and briefly described below. Some of them are also illustrations of external constraints of … More How to get in the loop? – part 2
I keep asking myself this question: What would I do differently if I was to migrate as a graduate again? The answer below comes only after a few years of education and living in the UK. It is not a comprehensive list of how to migrate, as each person is not alike, has diverse needs, different … More How to get in the loop? – part 1
Life is not easy for those on the move. This also applies to graduates of home universities from Central and Eastern Europe, who for various reasons move to the “old European Member States“. Based on my own experiences, as well as further education within the area of migration and higher and further education – a … More Changing places? Watch out your career path!