Once you have determined your country, region and town it is important to find a permanent or temporary job. There are often no restrictions in Europe but there are in overseas destinations such as America, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
There are several country pavilions at the Emigration Expo where you can find out about vacancies in the various towns, emigration consultancies who can help you acquire the correct documents and visas and diploma accreditation institutes who can determine whether your diplomas are valid abroad. The Emigration Expo also collaborates with EURES, European Employment Services, who have a job vacancy department at the expo with more than 1 million vacancies in the EU.
In addition there are various projects during the Emigration Expo specifically aimed at certain professions; veterinarians, general practitioners and IT personnel, just like there was last year.
If you are interested in a job abroad, click here.
Tip: learn the language
A good knowledge of the language is essential for working abroad. Not only important for making new friends at work, but also for understanding the business culture of your new employer more quickly. Learn the language: a day has 24 hours, 8 hours for work, 8 hours for sleeping and 8 hours for learning the language.
Exhibitors – Working
You will find a list of exhibitors below who can inform you about working abroad. See also the complete overview of participating exhibitors.