Benefits of working abroad a question many times we ask is would be I willing to change country’s getting a job related to my skills? Six of every ten Spanish workers have answered Yes to this question by Randstad, 30% of those who responded “Yes” makes only a year. The high rate of unemployment, which already is around 18%, is to blame for this change in attitude. Spanish workers, before so reluctant to change their residence (not already only to another country, but to another autonomous community), are now willing to make suitcases and seek employment abroad in search of a better livelihood. One of the reasons is that the unemployment rate in the eurozone (8.9%) is half of our country. For example, Holland, with 2.8%, has the unemployment rate lowest in the European Union.
Advantages. What are the benefits in working abroad? Many. Since acquiring new professional and personal skills to learn or improve another language and, in some cases, find a better job that you can get in Spain. However, barely 2% of Europeans live and work in a Member State other than their country of origin, according to Eurostad data. Eures network. By proximity, the countries of the old continent are more logical destinations for Spaniards find employment and employment opportunities abroad; and the Eures network (), the appropriate tool to learn about vacancies in employment of 31 countries, hang an online curriculum and requesting advice one of 700 advisers that are on this network. Through Eures, job seekers also can report is about practical issues as the way of life of the country to which intend to leave. The data are updated continuously.
Other countries. United States, Canada, China or the United Arab Emirates can be a good destination to search for work and employment opportunities if the post is accompanied by attractive economic and professional perspectives. There, however, to know the labour legislation of each country before accepting any offer. International search engines and pages to look for work as monster.com, careerbuilder.com or can be of great help. Offers from Spain. The globalization of businesses has resulted some bids for work abroad generated in Spain, specifically 1.35% of all of them, according to a report of Infoempleo.com portal. Portugal (13,82%), Morocco (8.19%) and France (7.68%) are the countries with greater contribution to the international job market.