When Abdul Nasir Rahimi started his job hunt in the US, employers didn’t quite know what to make of him: a former interpreter for the US military in Afghanistan with a law degree and experience overseeing major infrastructure projects.
- Natalie Sherman & Michelle Fleury
He made little headway submitting his CV online.
Finally at a job fair he managed to land a role as a security manager for the Hilton hotel company.
“I told them I’m not overqualified. I’m ready to work. I have to start from somewhere,” the 36-year-old recalls.
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