Vault Inc., January 2009. — 144 p. — ISBN: 978-1-58131-621-6Careers in international development generally involve work in developing countries, the underlying goal being the improvement of living standards. Professional development practitioners include nongovernmental organizations, civil society organizations, private voluntary organizations and some private companies, and development projects may work with the public, civil or private sectors, using resources from developed countries to fund such projects.This Vault guide provides a thorough and insightful overview of this exciting industry, describing the challenges of working in the field as well as the plentiful rewards—from the fulfillment of contributing to the public good and building sustainability to the opportunity to travel and live abroad.Table of Contents Introduction The Scoop Introducing the Industry How It Works Types of Implementing Agencies Is It for You? Getting Hired Education and Experience Types of Employment and Job Search Strategies The Hiring Process On The Job Career Paths Culture, Compensation and Benefits Appendix About the Author
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