Going Global Receives “Highly Recommended” Rating from Prestigious Library Publication
by C. J. Kohen
In a review published in the May issue of Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, editors rated Going Global’s Career platform as a “Highly recommended” resource for academic and research libraries. Choice Magazine is an official publication of the Association for College & Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.
Citing Going Global’s comprehensive country and city career guides and international job search capabilities, editors lauded Going Global as a powerful research tool for upper level undergraduates, graduate students, professionals and general audiences.
“Overall, Going Global is a valuable job and career resource, especially for anyone who has ever considered working abroad,” editors stated. “Summing Up: Highly recommended.”
According to Choice, Highly Recommended denotes an electronic resource of high quality and relevance for academic audiences.
"Being recognized by one of the most respected publications in the academic and research community is truly gratifying,” said Mary Anne Thompson, president and founder of Going Global. "This honor confirms that we are delivering highly relevant employment resources that help students and professionals achieve the career goals.”
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Read the full review at Choice Reviews Online