Job market research
is your key to success
I often come across IT professionals who say, “I’m looking for jobs in the USA, Canada, Australia and Europe``. But the efficiency of your job search depends on the depth of your research. You need to amend your CV for local peculiarities, write relevant and respectful messages to hiring managers, and prepare for job interviews within the context of local culture. As for relocation, it's always a good idea to find someone who has moved there already to learn about the challenges they had. Finally, you need to know exactly what documents or legal procedures you’re supposed to undergo to start working in the country. All in all, rather than sending out hundreds of CVs and be all over the place, I would definitely recommend you to get a very good understanding of 1-2 countries and focus on them.