Ever get the urge to go live in a different country?
Maybe after looking at Instagram and seeing some gorgeous travel photos? Or when a bad news cycle has you frustrated?
There’s just one problem most wannabe expats have (that is, for those who would actually act on those impulses): work. If you’re not a retiree, most countries require you to have a valid work visa to stay for any long period of time. Plus, you know, there’s the whole getting paid thing so you can afford to live. Expatting ain’t easy.
But if you’re serious about pursuing the life abroad, our infographic is here to help. See which job roles are most in-demand around the world and which global cities are actively seeking out skilled expats. Perhaps now is the time to start thinking about a career switch and to do some apartment hunting when you’re bored at work. Plus, many of the companies with open jobs in these cities are offering awesome perks! Free coffee and snacks just won’t cut it anymore.
This infographic was created and published by https://goodmigrations.com
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