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Updated by Gemma Baker on Apr 20, 2018
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7 Most Useful Sites to Land a Job Abroad

Have you ever tried a completely new and exciting job abroad? Then searching online could provide you with thousands of volunteer and paid vacancies suitable for anyone with a set of specific qualifications. To your consideration, we’ve listed 7 free/low-cost sites that could help you land a desirable job position abroad!

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Prospects

Prospects

The website can be truly called as one of the most in-depth and informative sources of information regarding not only the topic of working abroad but also numerous material on job search strategies, careers, internship and study abroad opportunities, as well as essential resume tips. The “Working Abroad” section, however, holds an extensive base of countries with actual working opportunities to choose from. Another perk is that Prospects is completely a free source of purely useful information for both students and job seekers.

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TopResumesWriters

Most of the people, who make the decision of going abroad for work, tend to professional resume writers to make sure their applications fit under requirements of the other country. TopResumeWriters is basically an online center that holds professional resume writers reviews and presents the overview of the companies with best reviewing rates for absolutely no charge.

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WWOOFing

This isn’t actually a regular website, but rather a voluntary work organization spelled out as World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. If you’re ever interested in organic farming and lifestyle, the WWOOFing program is totally your best employment option; with WWOOFing farms located all across the world, you choice on a place and visiting period (from 1 week and up to 6 months) would surely be unlimited and satisfying, not to say your job wouldn’t normally last longer than 6 hours per day. There is, however, a membership fee to cover basic administration and other small costs.

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Help-X

Similar to WWOOFing, HelpX organization promotes volunteer cultural exchange for anyone looking for jobs abroad related to agriculture. Once you get a two-year premium membership, you’ll get thousands of job offers from farm hosts, ranches, lodges and even boat owners ready to provide you with necessary food and accommodation in exchange of your two-hour help per day. HelpX opens up future job prospects for unforgettable and unique job experience abroad, from sailing in Guatemala to working on a fishing boat in Cambodia.

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Gumtree

Compared to HelpX and WWOOFing, membership at Gumtree website is absolutely free, but yet has a number of fantastic oversea options to offer from: everything from Au-Pair to teaching jobs in China.

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Workaway

Another great website for finding international working opportunities. Even though it charges a fee for a single membership, it’s worth spending those money in exchange for volunteering work offers that would cover your accommodation and food or even provide you with basic cash for daily expenses.

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Explorers Connect

Looking for unique job offers overseas? Or maybe you’re eager to go off for a big expedition far away from your home? Then you’d better click on Explorers Connect and start your research as fast as possible. The website’s focus is mainly on faraway industry jobs that could possible become one of the greatest adventures you would ever have in your life.