Moving abroad for work is one of the most common reasons why people relocate to a new country. A lot of people move both themselves and their entire family in order to follow a job, which can either be a transfer by their current employer to an office overseas or because they have accepted an international job offer from a new company.
Sometimes this can actually be the simplest method of moving, since in many cases the employer will handle all of the practical aspects of moving; however, it can make things difficult for everyone if some family members do not really want to undertake the relocation to the new country.
If you are relocating in order to try and find a job, you should be certain that your skill set is in demand in the new country and that the country will recognize your educational qualifications. This is something that is of particular importance in the fields of education and health.
The licensing rules for nurses and health professionals in other countries can often be very stringent indeed, and it might take months for you to be able to gain recognition for your qualifications and be able to practice in the new country. A worst case scenario would mean that you have to wait until you are already in the new country to even be able to commence with this process, so you need to make sure that you have enough money saved up to cover you for several months in this eventuality.