work in the UK

Working abroad is a dream many of us hold, offering the opportunity to experience everyday life in a different part of the world. There are a number of ways in which you can make working abroad a reality. From migrating permanently to a country, to seeking out a role locally that involves extensive overseas travel. If you’re keen to work abroad, there’s bound to be an option that suits you and your circumstances. Here are some of the most common ways to work abroad. Immigration Global mobility has risen considerably for more than a decade with record numbers of people making relocating permanently to other parts of the world. Australia has long been  a popular choice for British citizens with 1.27 million British born residents and North America is home to a whopping 1.43 million British citizens (758,919 in the USA and 674,371 in Canada). The way in which you apply to immigrate...

There are over 350 different job roles across the NHS The NHS is one of the biggest employers in the world with over 1.6 million employees. When thinking about the health service, most people primarily think of doctors and nurses, but there’s a whole network within the organisation consisting of different roles - including non-medical. From the caterers who provide daily nutritious meals and skilled security personnel ensuring everyone is safe, there are also Human Resources departments focusing on retaining staff and keeping employee morale high. Working for the NHS can lead to a rewarding career, with benefits including flexible working options, pensions and opportunities to progress. Knowing you have contributed towards helping someone’s health can be also offer job satisfaction that you won’t receive in a regular office position. In order to treat millions more patients, there is an increased need for more professionals to join the healthcare sector. Here’s a look at five...