See the world
There's a whole world waiting for you out there
Travel may not be on the cards right now, but at some point we’ll start moving again.
Experience new cultures, new locations, languages and food by working overseas – whether it’s adventure guiding in the Galapagos Islands or advising banking clients in central London, the opportunities are there to be found.
Opportunities depend purely on your skills and qualifications. Most of the job roles listed below don’t require formal skills in many locations, but if you were to work overseas after getting a university or TAFE qualification, then the opportunities are much better.
Explore possibilities at home and abroad
Experience different cultures and places
Expand your resume and gain new skills
You could choose to work in any industry overseas, but many people who want to travel and work at the same time find jobs in hospitality, finance, or technology.
Demand for workers varies greatly across the globe, so do some research and look for roles before you go. Professionals may be offered roles overseas, and young people could consider working as an au pair or English tutor.
Jobs in demand overseas
Skills and Attributes
If you’re the kind of person who loves trying new things and getting outside your comfort zone, then consider travelling overseas to work.
Working overseas, even if it’s just for a short time, can be a life changing experience. You’ll need to be adaptable, open to opportunity, and willing to learn, but it could be something you remember for the rest of your life.