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This guide includes 70 chapters on international positions with U.S. Government agencies and specialized agencies of the United Nations. It covers how each agency functions, what overseas positions it hires for, how to qualify, and where to apply.
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This helpful guide introduces the reader to the various kinds of foreign service careers and their requirements, salaries and benefits, and information for family members. Some information about internships and summer employment is also provided. An appendix reproduces ten pages of sample questions from the Foreign Service Written Examination. The well-balanced approach of this brochure, which describes frequent moves, unpleasant posts, and safety risks, as well as the more challenging and glamorous aspects of foreign service work, is welcome.
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