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A Career in Your Suitcase

Book Cover: A Career in Your Suitcase
Editions:Paperback - 4th Ed
ISBN: 9781909193147
ePub - 4th Ed
ISBN: 9781909193543
Kindle - 4th Ed

A practical guide to creating meaningful work... anywhere

Colleen Reichrath-Smith & Jo Parfitt

Do you want to find a career that is: a) based on what you love to do more than anything; b) created from your strongest skills and best assets; c) will let you work anywhere; d) can be sustained and developed even if you move again?

Then you need A Career in Your Suitcase. In this fully revised and updated 4th edition, A Career in Your Suitcase enters its 15th year of inspiring, motivating and supporting men and women who want to love what they do for a living. Now packed with over 20 exercises that combine to create your unique Career Passport, the new edition covers everything you need from finding your passion, to developing a brand, networking on and offline and marketing. This time, career consultant, Colleen Reichrath-Smith, joins serial expat entrepreneur, Jo Parfitt, in the latest and most comprehensive incarnation of this best selling book.

Publisher: Summertime Publishing
Reviews:Yvonne McNulty, PhD, author of Managing Expatriates wrote:

A 'how to' manual for the career oriented person wanting to thrive wherever he or she may be living in the world, No one knows how to do that better than Jo Parfitt. If you buy only one book this year, this is it.

Donnalee Bell, Senior Consultant, The Canadian Career Development Foundation wrote:

Not only is this is the bible for global nomads looking to establish their careers abroad, but it is so rich and informative it is also a must-have for those looking to start their next career adventure - wherever that may be.

Alison Cavatore, Editor-in-Chief of Global Living Magazine wrote:

Identifying passions and values is as critical to professional success abroad as it is on home turf. This step-by-step approach will guide the reader through the challenging process of maintaining a professional identity based on skill set, not physical location.