Your First U.S. Job: Prepare for Success

Starting a new job can be equal parts exciting and intimidating; starting a new job in a new country is even more so. However, with a bit of research and preparation, an attitude of enthusiasm, and a willingness to learn, it will be easy to make a positive first impression—not just on your supervisor, but also on coworkers and clients. By focusing in the beginning on the important details of your new professional endeavor—whether those details involve the informal culture of your work place, or administrative tasks like completing legal and financial documents necessary for employment—you can move quickly to mastering the essential tasks of your new job.

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