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    Working abroad is many people’s dream, especially those who like to explore. Here are five ways you can easily get a job abroad.

    • Use an Agency to find a Job: Regardless of where they are located, job agencies provide a diverse choice of employment, internship, and volunteer abroad options all around the world. From the moment you express interest to the time you return home, services like these are there to assist you sort out everything you did and didn’t think about. You can get assistance with your visa, phone, and job placement, among other things, for a charge that varies from agency to agency. It’s one of the greatest methods to work overseas if you find yourself in need of a little extra motivation or organization. You can learn more about it.

    Opt for Teaching English: With a TEFL certification, you may teach practically anywhere in the world and leave a lasting impression on your pupils. Teach pupils English while also learning a little bit of the local tongue. You will work flexible hours and, thanks to your earnings, will have time to travel around your selected country. It’s a work abroad option that anyone, young or old, experienced or not, can take advantage of. The sole criteria for this job is that you be fluent in English.

    • Work Exchange: A work exchange, is a sort of holiday in which you trade your time and skills for accommodation. You locate a host in need of specific assistance and offer to assist them for a set number of hours each week. They provide you a place to stay as well as other benefits. A popular work exchange program is Au Pair.

    • Volunteer: Take your passion for a cause and use it to benefit people all around the world. You get to be a part of something significant and valuable in addition to traveling. As a volunteer, you may not get paid for your job, but the time you spend helping communities, solving problems, and learning cross-cultural communication will be worth far more than any income you’ll receive. Volunteering is undoubtedly one of the finest methods to work overseas after graduation because there is so much you can gain from it.

    Find a Job after moving Abroad: Usually people find a job before they move abroad but it does not have to always be the case. You don’t necessarily need a job to get where you want to go. If you can afford to travel, you can visit a country of your choice and find a job. When you get one, you can begin all the necessary paper work. Just because your choice is nor common doesn’t imply it iss hopeless. This, however, requires you to find a job fast before your visitor visa expires.

  • Five Easy Ways to Work Abroad

    Mathew Kipruto updated 2 years, 2 months ago 4 Members · 8 Replies
  • Ejobosele Odiahi

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    December 23, 2021 at 9:47 am

    I am a passionate, experienced (kids), and TEFL-certified (120 hours) English teacher (Nigerian citizen) looking for a job.
    I have a Bachelors degree in Chemistry, I have experience teaching in Nigeria, Cambodia and China.
    I am seeking a full-time position (preferably fixed mornings). I would be most comfortable teaching young kids (3-6, 6-10 years old).
    I will be happy to send you my CV and other relevant documents upon request.

    Thank You.

    • Deborah Etim

      Member
      December 23, 2021 at 11:40 am

      Hello, thanks for your response. However, I’m not a recruiter, I’m just sharing information that I think may be beneficial to this community. I suggest you decide which country you want to work in and we can proceed from there.

    • Michael

      Member
      December 23, 2021 at 5:37 pm

      Which country are you looking for a job?

      • Ejobosele Odiahi

        Member
        January 14, 2022 at 12:57 pm

        AAny of the European countries. I’m so sorry for the late reply.

        • Michael

          Member
          January 14, 2022 at 5:05 pm

          All good. I’ll let you know if I see any relevant job that is in line with your interest.

  • Mathew Kipruto

    Member
    January 25, 2022 at 8:03 am

    Thank you so much

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