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Hi, guys!

My question is if anyone of you have any recommendations to any websites which may include useful information about working in the US. I am currently studying Master's degree in Digital Marketing and want to work for a year in the US in my field (more specifically in Los Angeles). I should finish in Dec 2020 and after that get an experience. Should I start to look for the job now, or is it too early?

Has any of you any idea or know a website which may help me to find a job there?

Thank you so much for any advice!
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(Original post by piggydeamon)
My question is if anyone of you have any recommendations to any websites which may include useful information about working in the US. I am currently studying Master's degree in Digital Marketing and want to work for a year in the US in my field (more specifically in Los Angeles). I should finish in Dec 2020 and after that get an experience. Should I start to look for the job now, or is it too early?

Has any of you any idea or know a website which may help me to find a job there?
The easiest way is to work for a company that has a US office, and get an inter-office transfer (L1 visa) - this is what I did. Unless you're exceptional, or in a very high-demand specialism, other options will be very limited. It is rare for US companies to sponsor visas for new hires.

My advice would be to get the best work experience that you can, work for a company with an office in LA, then attempt to get a transfer. It may take a while to find the right opportunity and company. Good luck.
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