Would You Like to Earn an Extra $21K Working Abroad?

New research by HSBC is showing the average expatriate worker makes $21,000 annually more than they did doing the same job back home. John Goddard, an executive at HSBC Expat, is based in the Channel Islands. He has worked in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Asia and says it is life changing. “That extra income helps people prepare for their future life. Over a third say they were able to put money away for retirement. Another third say they used it to get on the property ladder.” If you want to be in a better financial position and are willing to move for a job opportunity, contact Jobs Across the World. They will match your skillset with the perfect position, no matter where it is located. Employers have free access to all resumes and you will be notified of any new positions listed.

Andrew Talbot, a certified financial planner with Expat Financial Planning in Singapore, said a year working as an expat could be financially equivalent to three years in your home country. Sorcha Coyle relocated from Ireland to Qatar during the global financial crisis. She left behind friends and family worried about even paying their mortgage. Since 2011, she has saved over $186,000 and purchased two properties. She has even found time and money to travel. If you are looking for a better job, submit your resume to Jobs Across the World. Their team of professionals will help match your skillset with the perfect position. It doesn’t matter where you or the job is located. All international resumes are welcome.