Choose a location. You might be certain that you want to work in a certain location, or just excited about the prospect of working abroad and ready to pursue any opportunity in any country. Either way, you’ll need to start with a specific location so that you can research the requirements to find work there.
- You will want to look into the cost of living, the potential salary you can earn, housing possibilities, as well as living standards for any country that you are considering.
- The CIA World Factbook, the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office, and similar organizations maintain lots of information about nations of the world.Reviewing this information can help you decide where you want to work.
- For any location you are considering, you should also think about its attitudes toward foreigners in general as well as things like safety, human rights, race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, etc.
CHOOSE YOUR PERFECT JOB RIGHT NOW!
Alan (Great Britain)
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