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Smoothing the way for International Students Some companies hesitate to hire foreign nationals because they fear the costs or don't understand the legal requirements. Case Western has developed strategies to remove obstacles and ease the way for international students. by Meenakshi Sharma A s assistant dean of career and student affairs at Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management, I spend much of my time helping international students secure jobs. Since 2008, that has been harder to do, partly because of the economic downturn and partly because some employers believe there are too many obstacles to hiring graduates who are from outside the U.S. 20 May/June 2013 BizEd

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