How to get a job abroad
In order not to waste a lot of time and effort before contacting a recruitment agency with a request to find a suitablethe work. It should be understood whichthe work in Western countries you may qualify and, most importantly, what can really get. The problem is that Western developed countries very attractive for immigrants from all over the world. Therefore, special needs of immigrants workers, they do not experience, except for a small number of industries.
Generally, most Western countries today needs highly qualified specialists in the field of IT, programming and medicine. So, the demand for builders, both professional and unskilled workers, drivers, agricultural workers and service staff for restaurant and hotel business.
Solving for themselves the question of whichthe work you can get abroad, pay special attention to the three main indicators: - your level of proficiency in a foreign language;
- professional qualifications;
— opportunity for you to engage in unskilled physical labor.You need to keep in mind that graduates of so-called "white collar" quite a lot within countries among the indigenous population. So to compete with them, you can only with very good language skills and very high professional qualifications.
In Western countries, workers in the service sector and service personnel are in great demand. Therefore, if your basic qualification does not allow you to findthe work on the profile, it may make sense to pay attention to allied professions in the service sector. In particular, are always in demand of professional nurses, maids and hostesses in hotels. For women there is a real opportunity to get nannies, private teachers of music, language, and housekeepers. Even if you believe that your professional status at home is much higher in these professions, do not neglect that they provide opportunities.
If you have serious problems with knowledge of the language, most likely, qualify for any qualifiedthe work you will not be able. In this case there is only seasonal work in agriculture and dirty, unskilled labor in the urban environment. But even in this case, you will need knowledge of the language at least at a minimum level to be able to understand the instructions of the owner and be able to communicate with them. Do not expect that the language you learn is already at work in the workplace. Most employers do not intend to provide its employees a special time for language adaptation, they want to get the desired results from the beginning. So if you can't communicate in the language of the country in which you plan to go, better put the move and will spend some time studying.