Submitted by edelis01 on
I'm an American living and working in Madrid, Spain. I've been here for five years and would like to return to the U.S. permanently in 2011. Before moving to Spain, I was a business journalist with a newspaper that all of you know but I'm currently a blogger and language instructor here in Madrid. When I return to the U.S., I would like to work in a public relations or media relations role for a corporation or university.
I recently purchased the Career Tools interviewing series and now I'm diving into this forum to learn more. I look forward to getting new ideas and good advice here and also contributing in any way I can.
Welcome to the forums. I currently work in higher education (academic department manager). I lived in Madrid (222 Paseo de la Castellana) during my undergraduate studies and I've recently been wondering if I might like to try to find work in Spain. To that end, I am studying Spanish and trying to network with people who have experience working in Spain or with the Spanish system of higher education.
Can I ask why you plan to leave? I am not asking for details, but I'd be curious to know if your reasons are personal or if you decision was influenced by something in the Spanish economy. I know Spain is one of the European countries experiencing financial difficulties.
¡Que lo pases bien!
Welcome to Manager Tools and Career Tools. We're glad you're with us, and it's a privilege (and usually great fun!!) to serve you.
Welcome to the forums. The discussions here are a great way to hone one's skills.
Good luck with your transition back to the States.