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November 12, 2013

School on Russian and Asian Studies (SRAS) Guide for Working in Russia

Working as a student and getting a job as a graduate

What are you going to do with that degree? We've designed this page to help you answer that question. Working abroad can be a great way to meet locals and to experience day-to-day culture. It can also extend your stay, if you desire. It helps, but is not always necessary, to speak Russian. While getting there and finding a job may prove to be challenging, Russia's relatively healthy economic growth and still-developing market can offer opportunities that a more difficult US job market cannot.

http://www.sras.org/student_employment_russia

Posted by sarayu at November 12, 2013 12:40 PM

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