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Are you ready to start an international career?

  • Are my education, training and experience at the right level?
  • What are the countries or cities I would like to live and work in?
  • Do I need a work permit?
  • Does that work for me and my family?
  • How do I find a job?
  • How do I find a new home?
  • How do I move to the new place?
  • What do I expect in terms of quality of live from the new city?

OK, let’s get started

  • Even if you are not ready yet, why not let companies find you? Upload your cv to for example recruiter.com
  • There is a strong global competition for talents, with the right skills you will get lots of offers
  • What are the right skills though? – Project and Product management is big, of course IT and marketing and sales
  • Languages skills make it a lot easier in an international environment
  • Give yourself an upgrade and add latest knowledge with online trainings that are widely available
  • Always stay on top an read a book or listen to a podcast in your area of interest
  • Now check our selected top cities below and send us any question you have for more information

Our top global career cities

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Our cities


In the North of Germany and in the heart of Europe; Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city (1.8 million inhabitants) and offers an excellent quality of life and international flair. Hamburg is ranked in the TOP 20 most liveable cities in the world alongside Vancouver, Melbourne and Sydney (The Economist) and is in 6th place in the TOP 10 most fun cities worldwide (GoEuro). We are sure you will love it too. Visit Hamburg information

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You can still sense Berlin’s turbulent past at the city’s many memorial sites or along the Berlin Wall trail – after all, this is where world history was made. From the government quarter in the heart of Berlin to architectural highlights and insiders’ tips for all of Berlin’s districts – we show you the well-known and lesser known sights of Berlin! source: visitberlin.de

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Munich is the capital of Bavaria and full of opportunities, high quality of life, closeness to the beautiful Alp mountains and many lakes. Thousands of qualified jobs are waiting, not always easy to find accomodation but below we have a few partners to help you with that. Choose Munich for a southern German lifestyle close to the Alps and Italy.

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Whether you are visiting London for the first time or coming back for a special occasion, you’ll discover a city full of unforgettable landmarks and exciting things to do. There are London attractions waiting for you around every corner.

London is a major financial center but together with Berlin the start-up capital of Europe. So, no matter what your background is, check-out job opportunities in London, it’s worth it.

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Barcelona is the capital of Catalunya, Spain and one of the most exciting places to live, with urban life and the sea and mountains close by. A vibrant city that you don’t want to miss out in your life. Of course tourism is big in Barcelona but also many big companies have their headquarter in the city.

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Madrid is the capital of Spain and the perfect place right in the middle of the country to explore Spain. The city offers a wide range of arts, culture, countless restaurants and clubs. Go to Plaza Major and the surrounding streets to exerience this.

The Comunidad de Madrid (capital: Madrid) covers an area of 8,022 km², approximately 1.6% of the Spanish territory. Located in the centre of the country, the city of Madrid is the capital of Spain as well as one of its most important financial and economic hubs. The region has 6,424,843 inhabitants (Eurostat, 2017), almost 14% of the total population, being the third most populated area in the country.

After overcoming the throwback suffered in 2009 due to the economic recession and the fluctuations that followed in the next years, the economy has grown robust recently. In the same line, the population living in the region are the wealthiest in the country and among the most thriving in the European Union.

Since it enjoys a stable position, Madrid has seen increased its attractiveness as pole for the establishment of national and foreign companies. Apart from the strength of the economic activities developed in the region and its location, the major drivers of Madrid are its research & development (R&D) expenditures, high development, low unemployment and its high added-value services. It was the most dynamic region of the country in 2016.

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Singapore is much more than the sum of its numerous attractions. It’s constantly evolving, reinventing, and reimagining itself, with people who are passionate about creating new possibilities. It’s where foodies, explorers, collectors, action seekers, culture shapers, and socialisers meet – and new experiences are created every day. More then 7000 international companies call Singapore home giving you a good chance to find your dream job.

Sound workplace integration policies and a common working language have made unity and diversity prominent features of its workforce.Many companies here ensure fair working environments that reward individuals based on merit. Businesses prize the Singapore workforce for its high literacy rate, competency levels and ability to bridge Asian and Western cultures.

With over 110,000 expatriates and 7,000 multinational companies operating here, global citizens will also feel right at home forging a career in Singapore. source: http://www.mom.gov.sg

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Dubai is an important tourist destination and its port (JebeL Ali) operates at the centre of the exporting trade in the Middle East. With the introduction of the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) in 2004, it has allowed Dubai to develop as a global hub for service industries such as IT and finance.

Dubai is the second wealthiest emirate in the UAE, after Abu Dhabi which is the capital state. Most tourists believe Dubai’s revenues came primarily from oil but in fact it only used a moderate amount of oil reserves to generate the infrastructure for trade, manufacturing and tourism, in order to build up Dubai’s economy. source: dubai.com

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New York

New York is still the capital of the world. Many of you may have visited the city before as a tourist like our team. It’s a high speed city with millions of people going to the offices in the moring – so don’t be in the way at rush hour. Thousands of companies have their main address just in the Empire State Building! So lots of opportunities are waiting.

If you think about moving and living check the open positions and apply. If the employeer is interested you will usually get help with the visa. Check all the below information for more.

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Tokyo is one of those sometimes overwhelming mega cities. At the same time it can be very quiet if you find the right place. If you are looking for a really new experience of culture, lifestyle and architecture then don’t hesitate and go the step to work in Tokyo. It needs a bit of preparation and the different visa types can be confusing but it isn’t really.

Almost all international companies have branches in Japan and Tokyo and if you speak English you have good chances to find a job. Also look at the big Japanese companies with ties to the world that are looking for international project or sales managers. Living is for sure not cheap and you should start with a smaller apartment and go from there.

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The City of Zurich is divided into 12 districts and 34 quarters. The agglomeration of Zurich is made up of the City of Zurich and 130 other municipalities. The lowest point of the city is on the banks of the river Limmat, at 392 metres above sea-level, while the highest – the peak of the Uetliberg mountain – is 871 metres. The water table of Lake Zurich is 405.94 metres above sea-level.

Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland with a population of over 428’700, an increase of 19’500 since year 2000. 1,4 million people live in Zurich agglomeration. By the end of 2018, 32% of the city’s population was made up of non-Swiss from a total of 172 different countries, all of whom help to make up Zurich’s multi-cultural character. 6% of all foreigners who move to Switzerland come to the City of Zurich, emphasizing its central role as an economic hub. Germans make up the largest group with 33’579 living in the city, followed by Italians with 15’080 and Portuguese with 7’826.

One out of every eleven jobs in Switzerland is in the City of Zurich. The financial sector generates around a quarter of the city’s economic output and provides approximately 59’000 full-time equivalent jobs (16% of all employment in the City). The creative economy accounts for about 39’000 employees or for eleven percent of jobs in the City.

Some 122 hotel companies with 15’800 beds at their disposal provide 3,4 million overnight stays every year, while Zurich airport looks after around 20 million passengers. Zurich central station is one of Europe’s main railway intersections, used by almost 500’000 passengers every day. Source: http://www.stadt-zuerich.ch

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