There's a good chance that sometime in your career, you're going to have the opportunity to work with an international team or travel to another country. Whether it's with stand-alone businesses, buying raw materials, or selling products and services, most companies conduct business in the global marketplace. If you want to be a leader in business, you need to have the right combination of experience and skills to work in the U.S. and abroad.
So, what does it take to be a global professional?
You may just be getting started and looking for some good advice. Or, you already have some international experience and are looking to develop further. Either way, your skills and experiences aren't any good unless you know why they're valuable to your career. KPMG wants to help you build a strong "global profile" for your career.
Did You Know???
KPMG provides audit, tax, and advisory services to 75% of the Global Fortune 500.
KPMG is located in 144 countries in 700 cities worldwide.
Global Profile Toolkit
As a college student, you have the opportunity to invest in yourself and start building your global profile. Start by learning what skills and experiences are needed to be effective in the international arena. This allows you to increase your marketability and improve your odds of going global.
Rotations on the Rise
In FY12, KPMG had over 2,400 assignees going from eighty-nine countries to seventy-one countries.
KPMG offers a number of global opportunities to our professionals at every stage of their careers. These include:
If you want to see and hear what it's really like to travel abroad with KPMG, visit www.youtube.com/KPMGGo.
Download a printable version of the Global Profile Toolkit.