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Anna Paola

Anna Paola loves her Multilingual Job in (French & Italian) Customer Service - Cork 

 Working Abroad - Work in Ireland

Why Work Abroad?

I think that working abroad is the best thing anyone can do. It helps you to grow and change your perspectives. It can be difficult because your life abroad is different from your life in your home country, but at the same time, it is fascinating to discover another place and another culture.
You need to embrace the adventure, don't think too much about the fear of the unknown. It has worked very well for me. I have a great job in Cork in Customer Service for a fun and quirky employer. 

How did Careertrotter help you?

Careertrotter has helped me on every step of my recruitment process and has always tried to find the best job which matched my expertise and my experience. My recruiter was great and helped me to prepare for my job interviews and gave me tips for being successful during them and in the end, I finally was. It was great teamwork with them and I think that they are great recruiters.

Careertrotter you get 5 out of 5 stars - Because I felt that Careertrotter cared about me and my needs and constantly kept in touch with me. The moment they got more news about my situation they were straight on the phone with me. We have built a great relationship.

What do you think about Cork?

I have never lived in Ireland before, but I think that Cork is a very beautiful city and not as chaotic as Dublin. You can expect to feel at home in Cork because the area within the city centre is so small that you can walk just for a few minutes and you would be sure that you discovered all of it.

My advice to other Trotters before they go to work abroad:

Be yourself and don't be scared if it seems that everything is difficult. You need to be patient and calm because everything can be solved, even if it requires some time. Last but not least: don't bring an umbrella, because in Ireland it's useless, considering that when it rains there is always the wind :)