There may be any number of reasons for you wanting to move to a different country to work. Whether you are simply unhappy with your current job, you want to move ‘up the ladder’, are looking to change your career, or simply improve your standard of living, a physical move may be the answer.
While a move is a major step, and shouldn't be taken too lightly, it can also help free you from problems like an expensive mortgage, a dead job market or just a chronic case of location-based boredom.
If you are looking to move and work, our Recruitment Associates offer such things as general recruiting services, CV Writing, Interview Coaching and Outplacement Services.
Many offer a wide range of opportunities whilst others specialise, dealing with Finance, Corporate Services, Engineering, Information Technology, Shipping, Legal and Oil & Gas, Tourism, Hotel & Catering, Teaching etc. Basic Points to Note
If you get or have a job, it is important to have enough money as a back up to allow you to live for the first 4 to 8 weeks at the very least. It is very unlikely your employer will pay you in advance, therefore ensure you have enough money to last until you receive your first pay packet as a minmum.
If you are starting a ‘commission only’ job the situation is much different as you may well have to wait 3-6 months until the business you write is paid to you as income. Some companies may give you an advance but that is likely to build up as a debt that must be repaid
Getting Paid & Bank Accounts
Depending on your employer, you will generally be paid weekly or monthly. Some companies pay every four weeks – giving you 13 pay days each year. You could be paid in cash, by cheque or direct via a bank transfer so you may need to open a bank account. Make sure you clarify the terms in advance particularly the payment details and currency.
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