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What is the job market like in the USA for international graduates?

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    Western New England University

    Western New England University

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    The job market for international graduates will depend on the location where you're studying. At Western New England University, since we're based in the Northeast, most of our students do receive job offers after they've graduated. For example, in 2020, 96% of our students received a job offer or went on to graduate school after they graduated. So it's a great opportunity to get hands-on experience after you've graduated. Another bonus is our small class sizes. You get to know the faculty members really well, and that can lead to connections.

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    Green River College

    Green River College

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    I always believe there is a huge demand for international students in the U.S. job market. If you have the following three ingredients. Number one, you're able to market or promote yourself. Number two, you have the ability to communicate well with people of different language, culture or religion. And number three, you're able to bring value to the company and make this world a better place.

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