From the Going Global Website
Going Global is the leading provider of both country-specific and USA city-specific career and employment information. Our unlimited access subscription database features 33 Country Career Guides, 43 USA/Canada City Career guides, corporate profiles and more than 600,000 internship and job listings within the USA and around the world.
- Job search tools – online and face-to-face resources
- Employment trends in major industries – learn more about growing industry areas and focus your job or internship search!
- Executive recruiters and staffing agency contacts – great contacts for students and alumni/professional job seekers
- Work permit regulations – clearly explains the important details for international students and professional job seekers
- Salary ranges and cost of living data – take the guesswork out of planning for career moves and relocations
- Professional and social networking groups – get a head start on making connections for career development
- Resume/CV writing guidelines
- Interviewing and cultural advice
Each Career Guide contains more than 500 employment resources, all with detailed explanations and hot links directly to the latest information. All USA City Career Guides include links to H-1B visa employers for every state!
The Key Employer Directory features corporate profiles for 100,000+ companies in industries such as consumer goods, consulting services, finance, and information technology. A mixture of local and multinational employers are featured and include data on sales, revenues, brands, officers, key contacts and more. Use the profiles to prepare for interviews or find business intelligence facts on specific companies.
More than 600,000 internship and job listings are featured in the service. All listings can be searched by degree, date of posting, company, industry and location. All 600,000 + employment opportunities are updated daily!
Subscription database features include:
- Localized resources make it easier for students to research internship and job opportunities in the places they want to live and work.
- Specialized networking contacts and groups are provided in each guide to enable students to get a “jump start” on making professional connections and learning about industries and job leads.
- Company profiles deliver business intelligence facts for use in interview preparation and market research
- Salary range and cost of living information take the guesswork out of planning a your next career move and relocation strategy
- Career Advisors can use the guides to spot employment trends, industry news and make connections to expand their networks and find new opportunities for their students