I have lived in Japan and worked in the UK where I were raised as well as Chicago and LA in the US. In between times I have visited another 20 or possibly even longer countries for entertainment or work. Every trip I learned something but it really was only when I was surviving in another country did I really begin to understand the culture. Celebrating Christmas in Japan with only chopsticks to address the turkey and brussel sprouts would have been a time to always remember.
But how could you work abroad?
Be Flexible. If your organizational is global then you can have the opportunity to go to another location, embark on an exchange program or transfer should you be willing to be flexible. The Christian Childrens Fund has operations in 40 different countries and for that reason travel for many people of their staff is a fact. Find out about transfers.Internal Transfers
Be Talented. If you happen to be unique or special then you may find yourself packing. A friend of mine a lawful expert here has taught in China, Vietnam and Thailand. Another friend was deliver to Russia.
Be Brave. If you intend to go - do it. Go like a tourist in order to find a teaching job or real love and stay. Or seek out job advertisements or friends with contacts abroad. An old friend of mine answered an advertisement for a job in Oman together the unique experience on residing in a Muslim country as well as a working woman.Transitions Abroad
Be Nice. Volunteer. There a wide range of chances for work abroad abbreviated or extended and whatever age you're. This is an effective site:Volunteering Abroad
And finally, some fundamental information about cultural considerations. Not nothing but good - no striped ties in England seems strange especially as I have about 30 of these. But mostly it's useful and interesting stuff e.g. Brits like gambling and 70% ones buy lottery tickets.