We all know that working overseas is no bed of roses, it’s a painful sacrifice often coupled with success and failures. Whether you’re working locally or abroad, our ultimate goal is to provide our needs, feed our families, and save a portion for our retirement. Unfortunately, only a few overseas workers are able to save enough and prepared to forego their career abroad. Many are still returning back and forth despite having spent almost half of their lives abroad.
If you’re not going to put up your own business and doesn’t have a plan to do so. Expect that someone will hire you to work for his company. Majority of the college graduates opt to find their success through corporate jobs. Working in a company is the easiest and the safest way to earn a living, unless if your father is Bill Gates or Steve Jobs, perhaps you wouldn’t need to work for life.
Although working in the office may sound easy and relax, there are several disadvantages being an employee; first, you need to sit in the office 8 hours a day, sometimes you’re required to work during the weekends, or having a lot of stress and pressure from your peers.
There are countless reasons why people tend to work abroad, despite the challenges it might come along the way. Every day, more and more people are inclined to find the greener pasture in the foreign lands. However, working abroad is not a guarantee of landing a successful career, some may end up being abused, maltreated or even death.
As an overseas worker myself, I have experienced the bittersweet of working abroad. Loneliness and homesickness are among our worst enemies. If you could have read my previous blog, I have listed down the disadvantages of working overseas such as “not everyone is really well paid,” but only for the lucky ones. Compensation package really depends on your profession and what kind of company you are with.
It was a wonderful Saturday afternoon in Al-Khobar corniche, the venue of the “charity run” organized by our company. The weather was great, perfect for the marathon, at first – I have registered myself to experience this fun event; however, I backed out at the last minute and decided to be an expectator.
Are you aware that there’s an extremely amazing adventure park in the Philippines? Have you ever been or heard of Dahilayan Adventure Park? If not, then this blog would be your guide there!
The Philippines is truly a beautiful country with beautiful people, Filipinos are known for being hospitable and accommodating. The Philippines is not only the home of the friendliest people in the world but as well as it’s blessed with wonderful scenery and amazing nature.
Are you planning to work in Saudi, aren’t you? Saudi Arabia is among the most popular country to work in the Middle East, millions of expatriate workers from all over the world are currently living and working in the kingdom. Despite the massive Saudization program of the government to localize jobs providing more opportunities for their citizens. Saudi Arabia remains the top destination for foreign workers.
Saudi Arabia is the greatest exporter of oil and gas products in the world where the majority of its revenue comes from. It’s one of the richest countries in the Middle East despite the economic crises currently faced by oil producing economies.
Hundreds of thousands, if not millions of people wanted to work here, as a foreign worker myself. I know the most suitable positions here in the kingdom most likely held by expats. Below are some of the most recommended jobs for foreign workers in KSA.
What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear of Saudi Arabia? Perhaps you should be thinking about the negativity being shown in the media, or the chaotic situation is some parts of the Middle Eastern countries, or perhaps a country with an overflowing supply of oil and petroleum products. Whatever your impressions may be, is the result of your being unaware of the real situation inside Saudi Arabia. Well, I can’t blame you for that, I have been in Saudi Arabia since 2012 and still continuing to love this misunderstood country.
If you could have read my previous post on my blog, I have mentioned that I’m currently connected with the biggest and the largest energy company in the world based in Saudi Arabia. Sounds interesting right? I know you’re curious about the company I’m working with. Today, I’m going to reveal and share with you the minimum requirements to be part of this mammoth industry known as the most valuable company in the world.
Have you ever heard of a country called Armenia? Perhaps few of you did! But many of you didn’t, either I didn’t hear it too. If you were reading my previous blog, you should be aware that I’ve been there recently.
Armenia is a small country located in the Caucasus region, it’s landlocked by Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Iran. Today, I would like to share with you my recommended itinerary if in case you’re planning to visit Armenia. I have personally visited these places while I was there:
Have you ever thought of working abroad, haven’t you? Are you feeling jealous seeing your friends working in a foreign land? Or perhaps getting envious while watching your friends posting nice photos on their social media accounts. Admit it, you’ve wished to work abroad too or perhaps thought about it!
For most people, the idea of working abroad sounds very exciting, it’s like having a long vacation to another country. Seeing new places, meeting new people, having new friends, being able to buy new stuff and getting loads of money! Believe me, this is what you’ve thought about seeing your friends and relatives working abroad.