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To build an international career in academia, you need to show mastery of your field. Your background makes good progress, but you've yet to publish in an internationally leading venue in English. This creates a risk for any potential employer. A further postdoctoral position overseas could help mitigate, if you can get one. Regardless, you need to showcase ...


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No, I could not in good conscious advise you to start from scratch just because your publications are not in English, especially given that you clearly have mastery of the English language. What you need to happen is to be judged for the work that you've done. Here are two options: 1) Create a detailed summary of each of your papers, in English, to go ...


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My guess is that you could move without a lot of turmoil. As you describe your background it seems pretty solid. But you could try an intermediate approach first. I'm assuming you are still active. I suggest that future papers be in English (or some European language) and submitted to journals there. I also suggest that you make sure to reference your ...


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I got my Ph.D. from a small university in Northern Ontario (Canada). I have been working in the private sector and know very little about getting into academia. To the best of my understanding, your likelihood of success is determined by the quality of your publication record. Then the pedigree of your education comes second. I've found there is always ...


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