How to find a job in Europe
Take care about the required documents: valid passport, birth certificate, diploma, extract from the employment record, criminal record and health. All documents must be translated into a foreign language and certified by a notary or Embassy of the country where you plan to travel to work.
Prepare a resume (Curriculum Vitae, or CV). Be sure to ask what are the requirements for that document in the country where you plan to go. For example, in some countries, the employer wants to know from the summary of marital status of the applicant, while in other countries this item in the summary is optional.
If you are a student, to go to work in another country in one of the student programs, such as Aupair. This is an opportunity to spend a year in a European country, living with a family and helping to care for children or to perform simple chores in exchange for pocket money (about 200 – 500 euros). To participate in the program can the youth aged 18-25 years who has basic knowledge of the language. To confirm the level of language proficiency you need to pass a special qualification exam.
Seasonal work is a simple way to see Europe, look around and consider opportunities for future employment. Often for seasonal work does not require any skill nor knowledge of the language. You can get a waiter or handyman at the peak of the tourist season. If you apply for a visa for a longer period than the term of the employment contract, it will be able to stay in the country and find another job.
When an independent search of work, consider a few important points: recommendations from last place of work greatly increases the chances to get a new place and the pre-interview preparation favorably distinguish you from other applicants. You can pre-prepare a short but informative story about yourself. Literally in two or three sentences tell me about your strengths and opportunities, it will impress a future employer.