[ID:0260]Many of the strategies in this book assume that you are a young professional in your mid- to late twenties and that you have few family responsibilities. There are however a wide breath of family situations that are faced by those who decide to make a life of living and working overseas.
International love affairs, the trailing spouse, third culture kids, all of these are components that need to be managed in terms of an international career.
Here is a list of basic ideas on how to deal with career planning while taking into consideration various family situations. Note that these are only suggestions to the typical career-related problems encountered by families; your particular circumstance may warrant different strategies. (RELATED ARTICLE & RESOURCE LIST: For non-career advice, see the article Personal Relationships Abroad as well as the many books written about international couples and families in the resource list Children And Families Abroad.)