Taking a job overseas can seem like the most exciting option and if you are up for a change you may seriously consider it. However, there are a few things you need to consider on a financial and professional level. You may have value to a place overseas. China, for example, has been searching for English teachers willing to relocate for a year or two. Asia has a high demand almost every year for qualified individuals to teach students English.
Before a move though, you want to make certain that you are truly qualified for the job. You may have the education and background for a new job overseas, but there is a lot more than just your professionalism that can make you qualified for an overseas move.
You have to be positive that you can handle the move for however long it will be. If you go for an entire year or two years, are you going to be happy in the new location? Can you leave behind your family and friends for a new career that may become permanent given the right circumstances?
Switching jobs domestically is not as difficult a choice as leaving your country behind for a new place. Do your homework before you commit to the relocation. The move should be to a place that is safe and one that has items of familiarity. Examine the costs of moving and whether the income you earn will actually be enough to make a difference in your life for the move.