Employment programs in Europe attract a variety of areas. Jobs are open everywhere: from the countries of distant Scandinavia with its unusual, fantastic beauty landscapes, to friendly, warm and welcoming Greece. When planning work in Europe, you can fill not only your wallet with pleasantly rusting Euro bills, but also fill your heart with new impressions. Vacancies are available in the open-air museum-city - Rome, and in one of the colorful megalopolises - Amsterdam, and in the Swiss outback - on dairy farms, as if copied from packages of Milka chocolates.
Interestingly, working abroad, the atmosphere of other countries may be even closer. Often, specialists from South America, distant Africa and almost inaccessible Australia come to work in Europe. Communicating with such foreign colleagues opens up a new palette of colors for our vast world and will make working in Europe the key to new experiences.
In 2019, the following countries became the most significant and interesting areas of work in Europe:
Palm in the top 10 countries for employment in Europe is sunny and temperamental Spain. Zarobitchers note that, in addition to decent pay, here you can hone your knowledge of the dialects of the Spanish language, learn to distinguish them from the first minutes of the dialogue. Work breaks in the office flow smoothly into a siesta with work colleagues, and a glass of wine on Friday evening with the boss and employees is a symbol of a great end to the work week. In Spain, there is a steady demand for teachers of English, animators, and other professions in the field of tourism. It is recommended that you start your job search from Barcelona, Madrid, and other major cities of the country - the homeland of the bloody bullfight.
The second most popular labor migration to Europe is Italy. The principle of long meals is valid in Italian offices: they last 2 hours, which is a very long time compared to Ukrainian realities. When you get a job in Italy, you don’t immediately get used to the overly colorful language of emotions, gestures and feelings of Italians. The decision to find a job in Italy may be the first step to change your life, to be in Rome, Florence, and other historical cities in the Mediterranean part of Europe.
Foggy Albion does not open up vague, but quite clear and clear career prospects for a wide range of popular and sought-after professions. These include:
Start your job search in the UK should be from Birmingham and other cities in the north of the country.
The Eiffel Tower attracts not only romantic couples, but also those who wish to reach career heights in France. Residents of this European country are very sensitive to the field of work and personal life. As a rule, a working day lasts until 18:00. After this time, it is not allowed to send business letters by e-mail and generally talk about work. The French work 35 hours a week, and often they work on a floating, convenient schedule, which is very common in Europe.
The middle ground - Germany occupies the 5th place among the top 10 most promising countries for work in Europe. Despite the fact that the Germans are a very hardworking nation, the burghers are also very rational. They maintain an iron balance between work and personal life. Almost never stay in the office and spend a lot of time communicating with family, children, older relatives. You can find work in Germany in any city: from Berlin to Hamburg. German companies are willing to hire employees from Europe in the fields of engineering, scientific technology, and mathematics. Employers in Germany place vacancies in search of housekeepers, maids, English teachers, governesses, gardeners.
Over the past 5 years, the flow of labor migrants to Ireland has increased significantly. The growth trend is associated with the active pace of development of the Irish economy. In the capital of Ireland, Dublin, there is a demand for specialists in the IT field. In smaller cities, you can easily find a job as a barista, waiter, supermarket seller. Irish farms are always waiting with open arms for workers from Europe: pickers of berries and mushrooms, beekeepers, gardeners, farm assistants.
Sunny and hospitable Greece attracts labor migrants from Europe with bright career prospects. Despite the fact that the Greek economy is not going through the best of times, it’s worthwhile to go to work in this part of Europe at least to get interesting international experience. On weekends, you can immerse yourself in studying the historical heritage of the Greeks: visit the Acropolis, see the excavation sites, admire the ruins of ancient cities and the grandeur of amphitheaters. If Greek colleagues at work or the boss invite you to visit, do not refuse, as friendly relations with employees are a norm and a sign of good taste.
If you are looking for a European country where you could plunge into the widest language
palette, go to Switzerland. Slowly strolling through one of the most beautiful cities in Europe - Geneva, you can hear clear German speech, and dialogues in romantic French, and colorful Italian. High-class specialists in the field of international relations go to Switzerland. Also, ski resorts are almost always interested in sports instructors, and Swiss farms in seasonal workers and farm assistants.
In Scotland - the homeland of men's skirts - kilts and the strongest whiskey, IT specialists, bloggers, photographers, writers, artists find career prospects. The Scots welcome the service workers from Europe: waiters, governesses, maids, nurses. Work can be found both in the boiling active life of Edinburgh, and in small Scottish towns, more like villages with colorful postcards.
Holland is a country of free morals, a progressive society in Europe and the homeland of the world's most delicious cheeses, always open for migrant workers. In Amsterdam and The Hague, bank employees are in demand, in sea cities - port workers, in small villages - harvesters, gardeners, joiners, housekeepers. In Holland, you can organically combine work and cultural life, visiting after work galleries, museums, and other attractions.
Working in Europe, it is possible to plunge headlong into another linguistic environment. Communication with foreigners makes it possible to easily and unobtrusively learn languages, hone their pronunciation skills, and distinguish between dialects.