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Graduating soon and wondering what to do next? How about working abroad for awhile? It’s good to experience something new and see exotic places. It can be a life-changing experience. Looks good on your CV as well. Working overseas is not that difficult – you just have to choose the right destination. And if you choose well, you may find that you don’t want to leave.
Here’s a summary of a blog post that looks at 11 of the easiest countries for living and working abroad.
Germany is famous for its strong economy and good for those who want to find a job in the sphere of biotech, IT or renewable energy.
Canada is a good destination if you want to find a job in the hi-tech gaming industry, hospitality, or oil industry.
Singapore is a leader in terms of financial centers and has many multinational companies that are hiring.
Getting a residence permit is rather difficult in this country, but it is good for jobs in IT and biotech.
The mining boom created a fertile playground for international work transfers to Australia. The jobs on sheep farms are also available.
6. New Zealand
The outstanding quality of life in New Zealand is a kind of magnet for international expats.
7. United Arab Emirates
The region is famous for its high-paying job offers, but the codes of public conduct are extremely conservative and may not suit some people.
8. The Netherlands
Finance is the largest sphere to look for a job in the Netherlands.
Outstanding health care and the tech boom created a fertile playground for techies from around the world to find jobs in Ireland.
Teaching English is the only job you’ll find more or less easily, because of the financial problems the country faces now together with some countries from Southern Europe.
11. Hong Kong
The salaries are high and finding a job is relatively easy in Hong Kong, especially in finance and banking.