Work abroad jobs.
No matter what you resume looks like, chances are, there is a job abroad for you. People often ask us what kind of work is available overseas. Generally speaking, any kind of job you can have at home, you can find overseas.
So, whether you’re graduating from college with a degree in accounting, engineering, or just have some bartending skills, there is usually a job abroad for you. Here are a couple of ideas to get you started:
- You can put just about any degree to work for you as an English teacher overseas, and you usually make some good money. South Korea is one of the highest paying locations in the world of English teaching – some schools will pay you as much as $40,000 per year! You’ll get to experience a new culture, learn a new language in the process, and make some extra cash to travel with!
- Maybe you’d rather spend your time abroad in a more social environment. Try looking for bartending or restaurant serving jobs once you get abroad. Depending on the location, sometimes you don’t even need to know the local language (try hostel bars, or touristy areas where English is the norm). sometimes you can even score a bar tending job without a work visa. You might be taking a pay cut, but you’ll earn some extra cash to keep you on the road.
- Want to live in paradise? (who wouldn’t??) Scuba instructors get to spend most of their time on the beach or in the water, and living in some of the most beautiful places in the world. If you’re qualified for the job, check with resorts, hotels, and any cruise destinations for opening in the area.
- Farming may not be the most appealing job for a recent college grad, but even without experience, you can get a job working on a farm, just about anywhere in the world. From Australia to China, local farms are always looking for extra help around harvest seasons.
There is a wide range of jobs available for anyone interested in working abroad.
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