"It is a very good book that I think should be part of every campus career services library. Any young international education professional contemplating a career change or transition to another field will benefit from reading this book." -- International Educator
"[A] rich compendium of advice and resources for those interested in pursuing a career in international education, exchange, or development... this is a 'must-have' resource; it provides quick access to relevant organizations, resources, and websites that have been selected and critiqued by experts." -- Journal of Employment Counseling
"[This] book is useful and inspiring. It is also a valuable reference guide to relevant resources, especially crucial while at a career crossroads. The multiple viewpoints presented enable readers to tailor their progression within the field in ways that work for them." -- IATEFL Voices
"Sound and different advice by two leading professionals. To be read when you are starting to search but especially when you are interviewing, where most impressions are formed and jobs are lost. Working World will help make what you say something your interviewer will want to remember." -- Allan Goodman, president, Institute of International Education
"Any young professional seeking to explore or to enter a career in international exchange will find this book invaluable. Mueller and Overmann provide tried and true advice from the voices of experience. The cross-generational, multiperspective approach is both practical and exemplary of the spirit of the field." -- Catherine Pfaffenroth, editor-in-chief, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs
The format of this new volume includes profiles and informal interviews conducted with experienced professionals in all fields; it discusses a range of key career issues and dilemmas; and provides an excellent listing in its chapters of both print and online resources. It is a very good book that I think should be part of every campus career services library. Any young international education professional contemplating a career change or transition to another field will benefit from reading the book.