Working Holiday Visas

To help get you started: search to find out which countries offer working holiday visas - under a working holiday visa scheme or seasonal work programme - that you may be able to apply...

Working in Tanzania

Tanzania is the largest East African country and was formed following the union of the mainland and the Zanzibar isles. Much like many African countries, part of the developing world,...

Working in Greece

Immigrants constitute 20% of the Greek workforce, filling up most of the unskilled and agriculture related jobs. Tourism is another big employer making up roughly 15% of the country’s GDP....

Working in Malaysia

Malaysia is benefiting from a growing economy. Its workforce enjoys an open and newly industrialized market economy in three main segments, international trade, manufacturing, and tourism.

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Working in Singapore

Singapore has multi cultural workforce with over 110,000 expatriates working in more than 7,000 multinational companies. The workplace amalgamation policies and English as a common working...

Working in Tonga

Given the fact that Tonga does not have one of the strongest and thriving economies around, job opportunities for foreigners are few and far between.

Certified teachers could be able to...

Working in Bulgaria

Unemployment in Bulgaria is fairly high, and finding work as a foreigner can be tough. To make matters worse, Bulgaria has firm restrictions in place when it comes to employing foreigners....

Working in Bahrain

Bahrain is a thriving financial centre and it has one of the most liberal business environments of all countries in the Persian Gulf area. Because of this, this island nation could be a good...

Working in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is emerging as a leader of natural gas and oil supplier in the world. It has also become a major uranium supplier and is a producer of rare earth metals needed for manufacture of...