With my university classes finished, I was finally free to experience Taiwan on my own terms. But the transition period was not easy.
Meet Sahar Ghadhban, who works as a Foreign Service Officer in Canada & Russia Sahar is the third in our upcoming series of profiles in our new Careers for Globetrotters column.  We'll be taking a look into the lives and backgrounds of people who are living their dream of working abroad - and find out the steps they took to get there.Sahar tells about the seven-year path she took from her first internship in Algeria to getting hired as a foreign service officer. Find out why quitting her job at Global Affairs was the best thing she could have done to get her dream job, what she did after she didn’t pass her first post-secondary public service exam, and what it takes to get paid to learn Russian.This special issue is a series of video interviews with Sahar.Read this edition >
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