Overseas Jobs & Work Abroad Resources

The one tip I can give is this – Post your resume everywhere. I received many emails from employers who I didn’t even apply to- they just found my resume on one of the following sites, and in fact is how I found my last overseas job abroad. It works!

Global Work and TravelWorking holiday programs are fast becoming the savvy traveller’s top choice for affordable world travel—and The Global Work & Travel Co. have being doing it best for over 12 years! Not only does Global help with all the little bits like your visa, airport transfer, accommodation, bank accounts etc,- but you can land in your destination country with a job before you even arrive! The Global Work & Travel Co. have offices located in top destinations like Australia’s Surfer’s Paradise, the historic UK and one locally in Vancouver. It can take weeks of searching to land & start a job in a foreign country, let alone a good one— and all those lost wages can really start to accumulate!

The Global Work & Travel Co. are here to save you time and money, while removing the stress & hassle that comes with planning an overseas adventure all by yourself. Global works with you to polish your resume, help develop your interviewing skills, organise all the arrival necessities and provide you with job opportunities even before you leave Canada. And to top it all off, you have peace-of-mind in knowing that you have a support system on the ground for the entirety of your trip! Click here and find the working holiday package that’s right for you!

HotJobs – Thousands of jobs – Post your resume today. Hot Jobs is a great source for work – thousands of jobs around the world, posting your resume is free, and it’s updated all the time. I strongly recommend this site to find a job overseas. Post your resume and you’ll quickly get in touch with employers.

Monster.comMonster.com rocks! You can find lots of information, and post several versions of my resume. I had offers from around the world after posting my resume and found great positions to apply for.

Work Visas and Permits

Don’t forget though that depending on which country you’re planning on working in, you’ll most likely need to get a work visa and residency permit. Every country is different, but much of the process is the same. This can make things difficult because you usually need to get the company to apply on your behalf. Be sure to check with them!

Teaching English Abroad

Teaching English is a great way to work in another country! Read our guides about Teaching English Abroad