How to get a job in another country?

Have the diploma of the College. Have skills :
Confident SQL
The stack and heap. CLR, BCL and other Richter
LINQ: EF, L2SQL or other ORM
Unit and integration testing, refactoring, TDD.
Have experience, but not quite clear how to leave Russia.
March 23rd 20 at 18:40
2 answers
March 23rd 20 at 18:42
Solution
Plane, train, car, bus, on foot. With such a wealth of knowledge to anyone, you do not need to hire moving people only with high qualifications, and to move in a number of countries do so requires not just a diploma, but a very specific diploma (read the rules of the visa)
what do you mean highly qualified? How many years is sufficient to get the desired experience? - Adela.Reinger commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:45
@Adela.Reinger, and what makes you think that the qualification measured by years? It is measured by the knowledge depth, width. People abroad do not take two lines - Gretchen_Wuckert commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:48
March 23rd 20 at 18:44
Solution
To get a job in another country in different ways and it depends on the country.
But in General, it depends on two things - whether You live there PERMANENTLY or not.
If OK, go to work with Juno, You probably have citizenship or residence permit.
If you do not have this capability, in this case, the employer should be interested in You enough to call from another country to yourself, making it a work visa, and many other documents and waiting for a lot of time.

I think that You are interested in is the last option. It is necessary to obtain relevant experience to raise their skills to a level at least - a strong middle, and more realistically - Senior level.
Foreign language of the country where You want should be at a conversational level.
Technology that You work for should be popular in this country.

All this is enough. Since "full" of zero, i.e. the lack of the language and any skills, everything is possible
to for 3-5 years with constant hard work and study and practice a foreign language. If lazy, and at work fool time - indefinitely.

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