Targetjobs working abroad advice includes a series of in-depth articles about popular destinations, covering topics such as visas and permits, industries where there could be particular demand for students’ skills and tips on where to find out about vacancies, exchange programmes and volunteering opportunities. For example:
What qualifications do you need to teach English in South Korea, and do you need to get a job before you go?
Find out about shortage occupations in Canada and the programmes that could smooth the path to living and working there.
It can be difficult for non-US citizens to find work in the US, as the job market is competitive and obtaining a visa can be complicated. Their guide to working in the US gives you the lowdown.
If you are interested in working in Asia or working in Europe, They’ve got that covered too. Take a look targetjobs.co.uk/careers-advice/working-abroad