Work Abroad

Working abroad offers an exciting chance for a fresh new experience. If a job abroad appeals to you search positions from recommended recruiters on our directory. Whether you are looking to take a working holiday, or you are a student seeking a short term flexible job or a full time position overseas - you will be able to find your perfect role.




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How to Work Abroad

Working abroad is your chance to live in a new country, experience a new culture, make new friends, get paid and change your life. This is a great way to do something different, get paid, see a new country and meet new people. A lot of positions are a lot of fun and allow you to do more than just what you would do on a normal trip. 

You will get to integrate into a new culture and experience a lifestyle which might be totally different to what you are used to. Whether you are planning time out or would just like to live abroad and spent time out doing something new, working abroad is an amazing experience.

There are jobs abroad for UK citizens, Irish, EU, American, Australian, Canadian, New Zealand & South African citizens and other nationalities. Some recruiters accept applications from under 18's but it really depends on the role and destination. Sometimes you do not require any previous experience or a degree. Some companies also offer free accommodation. 

We also offer packages from agencies who will help you set up flights, arrange your visa and help you find work. They also usually arrange transport and accommodation which is great if you are traveling solo or if you have never been on abroad before. The hardest part is deciding where to go! 


Working Holiday Jobs

A working holiday jobs is a good way to gain work experience, you can applying for an international internship program to enhance your CV or resume. Employers usually look highly upon work experience overseas and this can make you stand out in the crowd.

Some working holidays last 12-24 months or longer and the time spend away doing something constructive like working abroad can help you to find a new home or enhance your employment prospects in the future. If you are currently in employment you don't enjoy a working holiday might open up a new career path and change your life.


Jobs Abroad for Students & Graduates

If you are currently studying or have finished and would like to spend time out working in a new country then you can find employment opportunities all around the world. We help students and graduates to find jobs all around the world.


Jobs for Couples

If you are a couple and want to go overseas to work then there are lots of worldwide positions. Sometimes gaining employment as a couple can be tough, you will both need similar interests, skills and also be flexible to any type of work.

Popular places to see employment abroad as a couple can be a camp sites, holiday camps, bars, hotels, hostels, farms, teachers and even working as au-pairs. Various seasonal employers hire couples to work overseas and most include free accommodation.


Jobs for Backpackers & Travellers

You can apply for jobs in most industries when on a working holiday visa abroad. Popular working holiday jobs in the hospitality industry like waiting jobs, bar tending jobs and management jobs. You could work in a hostel, hotel, resturant, cafe, fastfood outlet or more.

If you enjoy outdoor and adventure sports you could train to become a PADI scuba diving instructor in some of the best diving spots in the world. There are a wide range of water sports working holiday jobs and this can include coaching water based activities, from kayaking, surfing, canoeing, sailing and being a water sports instructor. 


Eligibility & Requirements

When applying to work abroad each destination will have different application criteria. Generally though to be eligible for a position you will have to fulfil certain criteria including:

  • Have a valid passport
  • Be in good health
  • Have a good character
  • The visa you are applying for matches your intentions for your visit
  • Be aged usually between 16 and 40 years 
  • Have sufficient funds in your bank account to be able to pay for your first period of entry
  • You will also have to have an outbound travel ticket to show you will not be staying indefinitely

Once you have established where you are headed, follow up with any possible visa requirements you may have.