Whatever your reason for seeking work abroad, you’re in for an adventure. While it might take time to get used to things, it can be rewarding too. Here we will help you learn what to expect and give you some simple steps to take in case you encounter some problems.SHOW ME HOW
Leaving home for work abroad is never easy. But you can prepare yourself. Learn how to help make your experience more successful and rewarding.
After you’ve decided to make a decision to work away from home, you need to follow the right process to stay safe. You’ll need to get officially registered and get the right paperwork. Find out what to expect.Tell me more
You’ll meet your new employer shortly after you arrive. You’ll also settle into your new home. There will be a lot of things to get used to. Find out what your new living situation will be like and where to go for help in case you experience mistreatment.Tell me more
Managing your money properly is one of the most important parts of working abroad. Help is usually available before you leave home, and also in your new destination, to help you plan your money.Tell me more
Working away from home can get lonely – but there are plenty of ways to meet new people. You could join a club, take a class, or meet others in the park. You’ll be less lonely, feel safer, and have a better experience.Tell me more
In case things go wrong – like being underpaid or abused – you need to know where to go for help. Local organisations in Hong Kong SAR, China are available to support you. Help is just a phone call away.Tell me more
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