An Introduction To Our Agony Aunt

Agony Aunt 01 Nov 2012
An Introduction To Our Agony Aunt

An Introduction To Our Career Intelligence Agony Aunt: Emma Foster

At Career Intelligence, we recognise that one of the key ingredients for happiness is having the perfect job. Being on the right career path offers financial security, peace of mind and fulfillment that allow you to enjoy life in the best possible way. Right now, one of the best places to meet your career aspirations is in the emerging markets which offer wealth, variety of opportunity and an incredible lifestyle.

However, relocating to and finding work in these locations is no simple task and involves a lot of careful consideration. Where do you start? What are the benefits? Will you enjoy it? These are just some of the questions that you must try and resolve before beginning a search for work abroad or accepting a position

Emma, our agony aunt, has accumulated a broad depth of experience in this field through her work which involves supporting those who are considering such a move and guiding them through the process. Having worked with so many, she has heard almost every conceivable question pertaining to job hunting and relocation and as such she is well versed in providing the best possible answers. Emma is here to help you to resolve any issues you may be having so feel free to pose her a question.

About Emma

Emma Foster, the Career Intelligence Agony Aunt.Emma is the Senior Client Relationship Manager at Career Intelligence. Working in this role she has helped numerous clients find their perfect job in their desired location through the Career Intelligence Executive Career Management programmes.

Emma has been on hand to discuss with clients their current career situation, identify any problems they may be having and the ways in which they could overcome these and respond to any queries they may have.

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About the author


Emma is the Senior Relationship Manager at Career Intelligence. She is also the Agony Aunt for the Career Intelligence blog, helping with any questions or issues that expatriates moving abroad may have.


  1. Anupam Das
    December 17, 2012 at 5:00 am

    Thanks for this article.

    Will look forward to

    Regards, Anupam

  2. admin
    December 17, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    Thank you Anupam! We really appreciate the nice comment.

  3. Prasad
    July 19, 2013 at 11:00 am

    Dear Emma,

    It is good to know that you are the agony aunt. There are many people seeking your help and you are doing a good job. Please let me know how do I send you my question.

  4. Jamie
    July 29, 2013 at 10:07 am

    Hi Prasad,

    Thank you for your comment. You can contact Emma at emma@careerintelligence (dot) com with your agony aunt question.

    Many thanks,