5 Useful Tips How to Find a Good Job Abroad

It has always been thought that the job abroad has a lot of benefits. In addition, the previous work experience abroad is a very big advantage to get a very good job in your home country. If you are a brave and ambitious student and if you intend to get not only a diploma of one of the leading foreign universities but also a prestigious job abroad, perhaps the following tips will be helpful to you.

Tip # 1 – Improve Your Language

You cannot do without knowing the language to start searching for a job abroad. You need to know the language of your chosen country and this rule is applied to all areas of employment. If it is not English, the knowledge of this language will be a plus. The language expertise is the mandatory condition to get a well-paying position. You can use these online courses for native speakers of English.

Accumulate international experience while you are the student. In future, your International experience is a signal for the employer that the applicant is able to find a common language with different clients and customers. This is very important in any multicultural city.

Tip # 2 – Reinforce Theory with Practice

During your studies, have in your mind that the textbooks will not answer all the questions. The key to success is a constant practice. It is good if the professors of your university are practicing professionals in their field. You will be able to find a part-time job while studying, that’s even better. By the time you graduate, you will have an advantage. Look for positions of trainees, send resumes and do not hesitate to offer your services to employers. Work even for free. Your income will be knowledge and skills.

It is much easier to look for a right job if you know what you want. Do you want to gain experience, move up the career ladder or start traveling? Determine what is better for you and what your strong points are. If you have already decided on the language and business field, the next most effective step is the Internet, or more precisely, the search for work on the Internet.

Tip # 3 – Write a Good CV

Do not try to make your resume unusual, as advised on the Internet. Remember, the employer has to understand by one page that you are exactly the one he needs.

What do you need to mention in your CV first of all?

– Brief information about your education.

– 3-5 jobs with duties descriptions and implemented projects.

– Your strong professional and personal points, as well as additional knowledge.

Attach a high-quality and professional picture of yours. Your look should be fetching and attractive. Do not make mistakes and provide absolutely accurate information. Many foreign recruiting companies use computer software for first selections of the applicants’ questionnaires. Only then CVs are looked through by a person.

Tip # 4 – Get Familiar with the Employer in Advance

After receiving an invitation to an interview, check the employer’s website. Remember not only a set of standard facts about the company but also details that are imperceptible at first sight. Open social networks and get acquainted with the professional bio of the person who will communicate with you. Usually, the name of the interviewer is indicated in the invitation e-mail. This will help you not only to be ready mentally for the meeting but also to find a common language with the one on whom your future job depends.

Tip # 5 – Be Attentive to Details

There are no trifles in our life. During the interview, the employer, for example, can ask you an unexpected tricky question or even ask to stand up to check whether you are in sports pants if the interview is on Skype. Be confident and calm. After the interview, do not forget to send the so-called “thank you” letter. Thank the employer for the consideration and express your desire to become part of the team. This is correct from the point of view of business ethics. It will also demonstrate the seriousness of your intentions once again.

Every young person has a chance to get a job abroad, whether it is a seasonal or permanent job. In this way, do not miss this chance. After a certain time of living and working abroad, you may come to the idea to start your own business. It’s not an easy task. Before you think about your own business, you need to make a business plan and consider all possible options for the case of failure.

Turner barr
turnerbarr@gmail.com

Hi, my name is Turner. I travel the world, hustle to find interesting jobs, and write about what happens when you read too many self-help books.

1Comment
  • Meilin Lian
    Posted at 22:53h, 05 February Reply

    Hey, Turner!
    I am quite impressed by the tips given by you. Thank you for this valuable information. I am also a teacher in China, Beijing for last few years. As you have mentioned about the CV and the interview, i am totally agreed with you as my CV got shortlisted from teachinchina.cn and then I got selected after the interview. People of China are very friendly and an awesome platform to learn and teach with handsome salary.

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