Getting a Job Abroad (+ 7 Job Vacancies)

Getting a job abroad is a dream of many people living in countries will less favorable or very poor conditions.

But can you blame them? Either there are no jobs available in their own country or it’s not worth doing as it can’t even take care of their basic needs. And most of the time, the government does nothing about it.

I believe it’s our right to live a better and happy life. And one of the ways to achieve just that is by getting a job abroad.

Nobody was created in this world to suffer or struggle in life. So, seeking greener pastures is our fundamental human right.

In this post, I have managed to show you the process of securing a job abroad, and even added seven job vacancies available for you right now. The last job on the list provides free transportation and food for all their employees. You don’t want to miss that!

The list of job vacancies is updated every week so that you always have a job available for you every time you check this post in the nearest future.

There are thousands of job opportunities out there but the reality of things is that only a few people get the job they want. So does this mean that employers set too high a standard for people to meet or is getting a job abroad just hard?

The real truth is that these international employers do have high standards compared to the local businesses out there. But aside that, a lot of people are not even aware of these job opportunities.

Why?

Well, the reason is that a lot of people still believe in checking out Sunday newspapers looking for international job vacancies. I am sorry to burst your bubble, no matter how hard you subscribe to these papers, you are missing out on a lot of other job opportunities out there.

When you really want to take your job search seriously, there are four activities involved with two options — online and offline. I will explain each of these activities below and how you can use them to your own advantage in your job search journey.

Check Out Job Leads

Lead magnet

Whether you decide to do your international job search online or offline, make sure you narrow down your search to a more specific aspect of your job needs.

Big online agencies such as Indeed or Taleo contain general job vacancies and might be a good spot to begin your search. It should give you an idea of what is expected of the position you seek.

When scanning through the website for your roles, pay attention to the job descriptions and average requirement for your desired role. Most of the time the requirement varies but it will give you an idea of what to expect.

After digesting some of the information, now is the time to narrow your search down to online journals and newspapers in your niche or industry for the job you want.

Research and Contact Employers

Employer shaking hands with prospect

After narrowing down your search for job vacancies, now is the time to know the employers or companies offering the job you desire. The same rule applies here too. You must be specific when researching the employers.

Check out online job platforms that not only provide the job description but links out to the business or employer offering the job. That way, you have a higher chance of getting the direct email of the company or employer.

Networking

Meet new people

I have heard it countless times that networking is the art of building allies. And can you argue with that fact? Of course not. But while your contacts are important in the art of networking, it’s not always about reaching out to everyone you know on your contact list for job opportunities.

You have to be smart about it. Reach out to people who might help you in your job search journey before you even start your job research. Real networking is being proactive — you must plan ahead of your goal to reach your goal.

Resume/CV

Employer checking CV

For obvious reasons, your resume is probably the most important thing when searching for jobs in the international market. Trust me, not just any type of resume, you must make sure your resume is properly prepared for the international market.

Because, as mentioned above, there are standards you must follow to make sure you get a chance for an interview. It really hurts to go through all the trouble of job research and hours of preparation and not get a single interview. So make sure your resume meets the international standards.

When you have your CV properly prepared beforehand, it makes it easier to submit it at the first chance you get via the online platforms. Most of them have a way of auto-populating their online CV fields just by uploading your document alone.

Moving on to the business of the day. Below, you will find 7 job vacancies that are available for international applications right now, and most of them have little to no requirements.

List of Job Vacancies Abroad

Remember, you do not need any experience for the jobs listed here, and the last job vacancy on the list provides free transport and food.

I saved the best for last obviously. I did that for the patient job seekers among you. So make sure you stick around till the end.

Table Cleaner – Wetherby Services

Table cleaner
  • Salary: £9.08/hr + employee benefits
  • Duration: Full Time
  • Shift Information: Hours between 7 am and 11 pm
  • Brand: Moto Hospitality
  • Location: Wetherby, England
  • Vacancy Type: Permanent
  • No Requirements (Training is provided)

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Customer Service Assistant

Customer Rep
  • Salary: £8.39/hr + employee benefits
  • Duration: Full Time
  • Brand: Costa
  • Location: Exeter, England
  • Vacancy Type: Permanent
  • No Requirements (Training is provided)

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Barista – Leeming Bar Services

Barista serving coffee
  • Salary: £8.31/hr + employee benefits
  • Duration: Part-Time
  • Brand: Costa
  • Location: Leeming Bar, England
  • Vacancy Type: Permanent
  • No Requirements (Training is provided)

Apply Now

Cash Office Administrator

Getting a job abroad
  • Salary: £8.89/hr + employee benefits
  • Duration: Full-Time
  • Brand: Moto Hospitality
  • Location: Blyth, England
  • Vacancy Type: Permanent
  • No Requirements (Training is provided)

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Supervisor – Greggs

Supervisor man
  • Salary: £8.89/hr + employee benefits
  • Duration: Full-Time
  • Brand: Greggs
  • Location: Washington North, United Kingdom
  • Vacancy Type: Permanent
  • No Requirements (Training is provided)

Apply Now

Table Cleaner – Exeter Services

Table cleaner cleaning keyboard
  • Salary: £8.39/hr + employee benefits
  • Duration: Part-Time
  • Brand: Moto Hospitality
  • Location: Exeter, England
  • Vacancy Type: Permanent
  • No Requirements (Training is provided)

Apply Now

Care Assistant

Woman helping old woman
  • Salary: £8.40/hr + employee benefits
  • Duration: Part-Time or Full Time
  • Brand: CareFirstUK
  • Location: Waltham, England
  • Vacancy Type: Temporary or Permanent
  • Free Transport & Meal
  • No Requirements (Training is provided)

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