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These Countries Are Hiring In Case You're Looking To Work Abroad

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If you're looking to work abroad, several things may up your chances, including your education, your foreign language proficiency, and of course, the hiring rates of the country you're planning to work in.

According to a survey of 43 countries by Manpower Group featured in Business Insider, certain countries in Asia and Eastern Europe have a lot of openings for both locals and expats, so if you’re planning to fly out for greener pastures, here are a few places you may want to consider:

1. Taiwan

24% increase in hiring intentions

Asia is definitely where it's at. Taiwan has increased their hiring percentage due to its fast-growing tech and finance fields. In fact, some Taiwanese companies have been directly hiring Filipinos through government-to-government employment schemes, which don't seem to be slowing down any time soon.

Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines

Address: 41F Tower 1 RCBC Plaza, Ayala Ave, Makati, 1200 Metro Manila

Contact number/s: +63-2-887-6688

2. Japan

23% increase in hiring intentions

The sleepless cities of Japan such as Tokyo are hubs of technology, and embody a unique and "vibrant corporate culture" that easily draw in investors. Many Filipinos will find good opportunities in this Asian neighbor, as according to a recent Philstar report, Japan and the Philippines have signed a social security agreement that gives Pinoys and Pinays working in Japan "access to benefits for sickness, maternity, paternity, occupational diseases, invalidity and old age as well as survivor's pentions." However, the POEA has also temporarily stopped the recruitment of caregivers to the said country until the 2016 Technical Intern Training Act of Japan has fully taken effect. So if you're a caregiver, it's best to approach POEA or a legit employment agency to confirm the agreement's status before heading out.

Embassy of Japan in the Philippines

Address: 627 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City, 1300

Contact Number/s: +63-2-551-5710

3. Slovenia

22% increase in hiring intentions

While Britain's exit from the European Union caused Western Europe to slow down their hiring rates, the countries in Eastern Europe have grown more confident in expanding their businesses. Slovenia is one of them. Full of picturesque towns and castles, it may not be the first country that comes to mind in terms of foreign employment, but it’s definitely worth exploring!

Consulate of Slovenia in the Philippines

Address: Centrex House 206 Pilar St. corner Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City

Contact Numbers: +63-2-726-6931/+63-2-727-7484/+63-2-726-6935

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4. India

18% increase in hiring intentions

Considered to be one of the world's fastest growing economies, India is continuously breaking borders to hire workers in professional services and manufacturing.

Embassy of India in the Philippines

Address: 2190 Paraiso Street, Dasmariñas Village, Makati City

Contact Number/s: +63-2-8430101; +63-2-8430102

5. Hungary

17% increase in hiring intentions

Did you know that Hungary is one of the countries in Europe with the lowest taxes and cost of living? The good news is that Hungary has once again opened an embassy in the Philippines, and both countries have just signed several economic and trade agreements, which hopefully means more opportunities for Filipinos.

Embassy of Hungary in the Philippines

Address: 8th Floor, Del Rosario Law Centre, 21st Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Consulate of the Republic of Hungary

Address: Yuchengco Tower, RCBC Plaza, 6819 Ayala Ave. 1227

This story originally appeared on Femalenetwork.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.