An immigrant from Moldova leaves degrees behind, finds new career in USA
Six years ago, Tatiana Mutu, 34, immigrated to Phoenix with her Moldovan family and started a completely new life. It was after the economic crisis of the Republic of Moldova, which still causes crowds of people still leave their country, among the poorest in Europe.
As a young professional in her country, she decided to give up her job working as a psychologist and teacher at a high school in Chisinau, the capital of Moldova…
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Articles courtesy of: Natalia Ghilascu, Editor in chief of “Moldova Times”
Tatiana’s KJZZ 91.5 radio interview Transition To The United States Isn’t Easy For Immigrants by Steve Goldstein (minute 04:40)