Describes How to Start a Career in the UK

CONCORD, Mass., March 14, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- has just added a section on how recent American graduates can start a career in the UK. See


Jasmine Zhang, the author of the report who herself has started a successful career in the UK, notes that while obtaining a visa to work in Europe has become increasingly difficult in recent years due to heightened visa restrictions for non-EU workers, this does not mean that a career in the UK is impossible.

One possibility is to obtain a sponsorship. Obtaining a student visa is another way to live abroad. A student is usually allowed to legally work for up to 20 hours/week. There are also visas for budding and established entrepreneurs. According to Zhang, the UK aims to be the destination for innovation and strives to attract ambitious small business workers and to populate the European tech hubs. is filled with information and links about careers, ranging from engineering to law to marketing to consulting, employment related training, salaries and cost of living data for various cities, graduate schools, and graduate school admissions tests. There is also information about setting up living arrangements and other important life style concerns such as apartments, insurance, moving and travel, and tips for networking.

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