Travelling. Seeing the world. Broadening your horizons. Experiencing life in other parts of the world. What an annoyance. Here are the biggest signs you shouldn’t be looking at a job abroad.
A country founded on the idea that anyone can achieve anything they set their mind to.
A place where success is celebrated.
Positivity is a way of life and opportunity is a reality.
Perfect then, for British recruiters looking to hit the big time.
America. Land of the free. Home of the brave. Currently being made great. Again. And look, folks. So many opportunities. So many. Like, there’s opportu- OK, so you know I love recruitment, right? No one knows recruitment better than me. And let me tell you, we are bringing back jobs for recruiters. We’re doing great work.
In this article from Hunted Worldwide we direct our focus to Zurich, Switzerland. Exploring the recruitment market, the market, the culture and handy tips if the land of the Cuckoo Clock and Swiss Army Knife is a destination of interest for you.
This time around for Hunted Worldwide I’m in Auckland speaking to Cobalt Recruitment. They’re a Property, Infrastructure, Legal and Accounting & Finance agency placing candidates primarily into white collar permanent roles.
Thousands of Brits every year who are fed up of grey horizons, unpredictable weather, delayed trains and being taxed loads pack their bags and move to Dubai. Why you might ask? Well there are lots of reasons. Here are just six and some great companies that will relocate:
From the legendary bars of old, in the greatest cities around the world, have come some of the most iconic drinks we know. The Moscow Mule, the Manhattan… the aptly named London Fog. And top of any worth-its-salt cocktail list… the Singapore Sling.
Travelling and experiencing other cultures is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Unfortunately, it’s also an expensive hobby to have. According to City A.M. 1 in 10 of us spend up to 30% of our hard earned cash travelling the world. Do you want more sand between your toes? Do you want to see the lights of a new city? Could you do with more time shredding the gnar? How great would it be if you could do it on company dime?
If you work in recruitment there’s a chance you’ll have considered working abroad. And if you’re one of those people, you’ll be pleased to know the dream is much closer to your grasp than many other professions. The job you do is completely transferable to other companies, cities and (as long as you speak the same language) countries too.
The US recruitment market is BOOMING right now. It’s often described as “under supplied and over-priced”. So a lot less saturated than what we’re dealing with in the UK. Recruiting in regions which are an AT-WILL state (80% of the US) means start dates come quicker, as your candidate doesn’t need to give in any notice… crazy right?!