Refugee Reo Ko te kohinga o ngā kōrero, me pou i tuhituhia e te rerenga me manene e noho ana i roto i te United States.

Ka taea e koe te pānui i pā ana ki te mau tamataraa atu rerenga me manene fehangahangai ahu mai ana ki te United States, a ako i a ratou e founga muri ratou i roto i te United States.

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A migrant mother working remotely

Working remotely means doing all your work at home. It is becoming much more common in the USA. There are good things and hard things about working from home. When I decided to write about my experience, I did some research. I found out that in 2015, it was estimated that almost 45% of US ... Pānuitia atu

Fakakaukau'i atu he tono pepa mahi me te uiuiraa mahi

Filling out a paper job application can be hard if you are new to this country. But it gets better each time. So does the job interview. Getting a job in this country may be challenging, especially if you have immigrated and don’t speak the language. Your education may not be accepted in this country, ... Pānuitia atu

Kia pehea te a te wahi i kitea e ahau i te tohutoro ngaio mahi

Employers in the USA will ask for work references before they hire you. A work reference is a report about you from your previous employer. I te tahi taime, it is hard to get a sincere professional reference to help you apply for jobs. Your current employer might not like the fact that you are leaving the job ... Pānuitia atu

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Hoatu whiwhinga ke mo mātauranga i roto i te USA

Every country has its own rules about certificates and degrees. You may not be able to use yours in the USA. Ko te kōwhiringa pai, ko te ki te whai koutou whiwhinga ke arotakea. “e kore e haere ratou ki te farii i to koutou tohu,” ka korerotia e te hoa ki ahau i muri i ahau tae i roto i te US. ka mea ahau, "He aha? I worked hard ... Pānuitia atu