There’s a whole world to explore, yet many of us forget that whilst enduring a job we’re not fond of. If you need to breathe in the fresh air of somewhere new, why not think about working abroad. If you need more than just a monthly wage to keep you happy, then working abroad provides so many things that will make you so much more satisfied with your job. So, with the whole world at your fingertips, what country should you choose to work in? Here are the best places to work around the world in 2018.
There’s a job in Australia for everyone. Whether you’re an office or an outdoors person, Australia is one of the best places to work thanks to the laid-back attitude and sense of adventure, and people tend to find a job relatively quickly. From au pairing and office temp work to working on a farm or waiting tables, you’ll get to know the true Australian lifestyle during your job hunt. If you do wish to work in Australia, be sure to get the correct working visa. The country’s laws are extremely strict and don’t tend to be forgiving, so making sure that you have the right work visa will save you a lot of hassle. If you want to work in Australia for longer, you will need a different visa. If you’re in doubt or are having any issues with your visa application, it’s always best to check with immigration lawyers London.
When it comes to perfecting the work/life balance, France is one of the countries that has got it right. Did you know that France was one of the first countries to introduce the ban on emails after 6 pm? Whether you’re interested in a short working break or are in it for the long haul, a lot of people find the best jobs in France. If English is your only language, then you’ll soon find work in teaching or as an au pair. If you’re fluent in French, then you’ll be sure to quickly find a job in cities like Paris, or more quaint cities like Marseilles or Lyon.
Canada is a leading contender for one of the best places in the world to work. Most expats can easily find a job in banking, media and teaching in big cities like Toronto. If you are more suited to the outdoors, breathe in the fresh mountain air whilst teaching skiing or snowboarding in one of the mountain resorts. There are plenty of job opportunities across the country’s ten provinces, so if you’re a big poutine fan, let your job hunt take you to Canada.
Spain is one of, if not the, most popular destinations for expats seeking work. Whilst the job market for higher-paying jobs can be quite competitive, if you’ve got the relevant language skills and enough experience, there is no reason why you can’t find your perfect job in any field. If not, you are sure to be able to find a job teaching English, or in tourism and hospitality. With exciting cities like Valencia, Sevilla and Barcelona to explore, it’s easy to see why Spain is such a popular destination.