Some of the top countries for expats to work and live abroad are Spain, South Korea, and New Zealand! To determine which country to work abroad in, you should consider the cost of living and type of jobs available. There are many countries where you can live for under $1,300 a month!
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Work Abroad Programs & Jobs
Work opportunities around the world, posted daily to this job board! Working holiday visa, au pair, hospitality, and more.
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Frequently asked questions
What is the best country to work abroad?
What types of jobs are in high demand overseas?
Teaching English abroad, supporting families as an Au Pair, and working at hostels are some of the most common, in-demand jobs you'll find abroad. However living as a digital nomad is also becoming increasingly popular, allowing freelancers and remote workers to work whatever job they want abroad, as long as they have strong wifi!Related Content
How can I get a job abroad?
You should start finding a job by exploring international job boards, networking and connecting with recruiters, or seeing if companies you're interested are hiring. Then you'll need a strong application! Research the company and be sure to tailor your resume and cover letter to meet the job. Once the job is secured, you'll need to apply for a working visa and start preparing for your move overseas!Related Content
Guide to Working Abroad
Do you ever daydream about living abroad, but don’t know where to start? You’re far from the only one! Those who have had a taste of traveling, studying, interning, or volunteering abroad come back to their home country only to yearn for that feeling of adventure once again. Working overseas allows you the opportunity to explore new cities, immerse yourself in a new culture, and make new friends, all while feeling financially secure.
Our job board has listings from trusted providers that enables you to secure a job before arriving in your desired destination. You may find similar jobs overseas as you would locally, but they are in higher demand with more pay. Or, you may find a job that doesn’t exist in your home country which may entice you even more.
Some countries, like Australia, provide young people up to two years to work and holiday in the country, with jobs ranging from tourism to farm work. Others, like China, are searching for Au Pairs who love to work with children. Yet, you don’t have to jump into a long commitment either. You can select to work for as little as one week by filtering jobs through the “Length” category below.
Now, you don’t have to choose between traveling and earning money. By starting your search for work abroad opportunities and applying to your dream job overseas, you’ll be able to get the best of both worlds!