Working in Cyprus

When Bulgaria and Romania were inducted into the European Union in 2007, it gave them the right to seek employment in other E.U countries. So it was that a tidal wave of bargain-basement rate...

Working in Iceland

Iceland has a highly educated and skilled population, so expatriate workers will face competition. The way to increase chances of employment is to build skills before moving to Iceland and gain...

Working in Belize

Basically, working in Belize is difficult. It is a poor, underdeveloped country that lacks industry and has a high unemployment rate. Over eleven per cent of the working population is without...

Working in Mexico

Finding a job and working in Mexico comes with its share of challenges. Unemployment rate is fairly low at 4.5%, but finding a job for the unskilled worker is not easy. Qualified, skilled...

Working in Moldova

Moldova established free trade in 1995 and with that there was an immediate boost in investment in the country by foreign companies. Additionally, the government has made major efforts to...

Working in Fiji

Despite being a breathtakingly beautiful place to live in, Fiji does pose some challenges to foreigners looking for work. Even though in recent years the country’s economy has been heavily...

Working in Suriname

Since Suriname is a relatively small country with a weaker economy than that of the countries around it, work opportunities for foreigners are limited. People coming from the Netherlands have...

Working in Micronesia

While volunteering options in the Federated States of Micronesia are more than abundant, the same cannot be said when it comes to employment options for foreigners. The nation’s economy is...