Inquiry About Working For The UN

Discuss different duty stations including living conditions, where to find what, advantages and disadvantage here.
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norrisrt
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Inquiry About Working For The UN

Post by norrisrt » 20 Nov 2018, 21:12

I am interested in duty stations that are not necessarily in cities but more rural regions although cities might work as well depending on the city. Any suggestions? I am open to travelling anywhere in the world. As a 68 year old retired college professor and writer I would like to give something back before I croak. Strongly support the UN mandate and mission.

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Re: Inquiry About Working For The UN

Post by Sebastian » 21 Nov 2018, 06:44

norrisrt wrote:
20 Nov 2018, 21:12
I am interested in duty stations that are not necessarily in cities but more rural regions although cities might work as well depending on the city. Any suggestions? I am open to travelling anywhere in the world. As a 68 year old retired college professor and writer I would like to give something back before I croak. Strongly support the UN mandate and mission.
Welcome to this forum!

I think there are really many opportunities in rural areas/ small town out there. The key question would be more how you find a match for your specific experience and skills, an organization and a duty station.

What steps did you take so far to find an opportunity in the UN?
I'm Sebastian from the UN Job List. I know about the UN Job List and also a little about the UN in general.

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