So, you landed your dream job. The one that jets you off to Tokyo one week and Argentina the next, and you’ve earned it. You’re bi or tri lingual, have a masters degree in a highly competitive field of business or politics or journalism, now all you’ve got to do is avoid looking like a rookie when you board your first flight as a jetsetting professional.
If it all sounds a little too terrifying, don’t panic. The following list of tips will help you look and act like you’ve been an international person-of-the-world since the day you were born.
1. What to take, how to take it
It’s essential for an international business traveler to know how a suitcase should be packed. It will save you physical pain and discomfort, reduce awkward suitcase tumbles, and keep your clothing from becoming wrinkled in transit. [Read more…]