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Is it realistic to build on working abroad after completing a computer science degree?


danielzy

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Hello to all forum members,

I was wondering about working abroad (mostly Canada and the US) after completing a computer science degree, is this easy to do?

Suppose I graduated with an average of 80 computer meters in Ben Gurion, how difficult will it be for me to find a job abroad in the field?

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Why suppress the guy? Check on Australia and Canada, once you come up with such a degree or an engineering degree or . In short everything you really need, they will help you ... there is abundance and if you can contribute to their development in one way or another they will support it .... USA less and it is not for their own considerations, it is for your country's considerations, in my opinion. Enjoy.

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Why suppress the guy? Check on Australia and Canada, once you come up with such a degree or an engineering degree or . In short everything you really need, they will help you ... there is abundance and if you can contribute to their development in one way or another they will support it .... USA less and it is not for their own considerations, it is for your country's considerations, in my opinion. Enjoy.

As I wrote, it takes a minimum of two years of experience to try to get citizenship in one of these countries

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two things:

Suppose for a moment that you had any foreign citizenship.

Abroad, as in Israel, experience is required to find a job.

If you worked during your degree, you are in good shape.

If not, you should find a job, gain experience of one to two years, then move on.

Everything I've written so far, has nothing to do with whether or not you have citizenship.

If not, it's harder,

Because if you were not attractive before because of inexperience,

So now you also do not have documents.

In Canada for example, if you have an academic degree, you can get citizenship.

I guess other Western countries do the same.

Also, if you are marrying someone who has foreign citizenship, then this is also an option.

(It is only desirable that the marriage last more than two years, so that the "condition" period ends and then you will have citizenship forever)

There are many who fly to the destination country, find a spouse there,

Then get married and get citizenship.

Another option for obtaining foreign citizenship is to check where your parents / grandparents came from.

If you sign up, I'll tell you if it can help.

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At the end of the degree - it's pretty impossible. Maybe if you graduated with honors in Tel Aviv or the Technion (and probably not either).

Once you have experience, it's possible - but it's certainly not "easy". Recently, for example, She tried to recruit Israelis to work at her headquarters in California. (Palo Alto, or something in the area, if I'm not mistaken). There are more such examples.

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