looking for a job abroad.

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    Sep 03, 2016 4:07 PM GMT
    Hi Guys, so I need help finding a job abroad, being from south africa its not really that easy applying and getting accepted in job positions abroad that's why I need some help, I would like to do anything that's in the fashion industry or interior design as well as some pr but even teaching posts would be great

    Specifically looking to work in the UK, Spain, France, Italy, USA or any other European country.

    If anyone can help me with this it would be great thanks! Google only helps so much I'm going around in circles on there.

    Hope to hear from you. X
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    Sep 03, 2016 6:18 PM GMT
    ok. what skills do u possess that would warrant a company or organization sponsoring your visa? Just curious is all.

    Also, I hear Australia is kind to south Africans wanting to immigrate.
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    Sep 04, 2016 2:44 PM GMT
    Import saidok. what skills do u possess that would warrant a company or organization sponsoring your visa? Just curious is all.

    Also, I hear Australia is kind to south Africans wanting to immigrate.



    I have a degree in marketing and pr, but yeah Australia is a good option for South Africans for sure, its just finding something that's all.

    I don't mind covering all cost for the move I just need to get a job though which is very difficult
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    Sep 06, 2016 11:00 AM GMT
    snowcastle said
    Import saidok. what skills do u possess that would warrant a company or organization sponsoring your visa? Just curious is all.

    Also, I hear Australia is kind to south Africans wanting to immigrate.



    I have a degree in marketing and pr, but yeah Australia is a good option for South Africans for sure, its just finding something that's all.

    I don't mind covering all cost for the move I just need to get a job though which is very difficult


    How 'bout being an English teacher in Europe?
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    Sep 06, 2016 1:29 PM GMT
    ricky1987 said
    snowcastle said
    Import saidok. what skills do u possess that would warrant a company or organization sponsoring your visa? Just curious is all.

    Also, I hear Australia is kind to south Africans wanting to immigrate.



    I have a degree in marketing and pr, but yeah Australia is a good option for South Africans for sure, its just finding something that's all.

    I don't mind covering all cost for the move I just need to get a job though which is very difficult


    How 'bout being an English teacher in Europe?


    I was thinking I should do it, but not finding any legit sites I can actually apply to, do you know any?
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    Sep 07, 2016 3:57 AM GMT
    snowcastle said
    ricky1987 said
    snowcastle said
    Import saidok. what skills do u possess that would warrant a company or organization sponsoring your visa? Just curious is all.

    Also, I hear Australia is kind to south Africans wanting to immigrate.



    I have a degree in marketing and pr, but yeah Australia is a good option for South Africans for sure, its just finding something that's all.

    I don't mind covering all cost for the move I just need to get a job though which is very difficult


    How 'bout being an English teacher in Europe?


    I was thinking I should do it, but not finding any legit sites I can actually apply to, do you know any?


    I have come across a few. It was something even I considered at one point. Let me check it again and I will private message you the links.
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    Sep 07, 2016 12:38 PM GMT
    I'm not sure if you've even considered working in the Middle East. I understand that there are many opportunities there. I'm not sure exactly what type of opportunities are available there, but in the past months I've been approached by several head hunters looking to place legal personnel with US-based public companies that have offices in Saudi Arabia and neighboring nations. In fact, I seriously considered a superb opportunity there (salary 40% higher than comparable job in the US, free apartment in luxury community, free car and driver, etc.), but-for the fact that I'd have had to sign a long-term employment contract with a "claw back" provision, which is quite risky. Best of luck to you.