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However, I encourage you to give the following sites a try as you never know what you may discover or what connections you may make from a simple email or application. You can expect a 0.5 to 1.0% response rate from people who receive your application/CV.


Among the many job opportunities available in Chile, Bumeran is a big bad job search site.

OpcionEmpleo is run by the same people as


It is the Chilean version of, one of the largest U.S. job search websites.


In my post about Panama jobs, I mentioned that Computrabajo has a horrible interface. Job selection is better than site appearance, which is a good thing.


As with most of the other job search engines above, this is another job search engine. You should give it a try.


There are a number of levels of jobs available on Learn4Good’s job portal.


White collar jobs are available on Emol in a decent number.


Search for a job in a particular country or region around the world using these handpicked sites.

ESL Employment

Although the website interface isn’t the prettiest, there are plenty of English teaching jobs available.

Total ESL

There are a lot of teaching jobs abroad posted on this site. However, the interface is extremely busy.

ESL Cafe

The information Dave compiles about job openings around the world is excellent.


Teacher job aggregator with thousands of openings.

Footprints Recruiting

Recruits teaching English in North America and is one of the oldest and largest recruiting agencies in the world.

Transitions Abroad

Here is a wonderful list of Latin American English teachers.

Michael Page

A website that I’ve previously used for executive recruitment. Job seekers looking for high-end jobs should visit this site.


This is my favorite website for searching for finance jobs. When I worked on Wall Street, I used them. However, they are only available in Chile.

Overseas Jobs:  

In my experience, this site’s postings and those on other sites often overlap significantly. Nonetheless, this website has been around a long time.

Go Abroad

GoAbroad has always been a favorite of mine. You will find a link to their global embassies directory on the visa information page of my website. There is also a good job portal on their website.


As a final point, this colossal social network is the perfect place to network with other professionals in your field and location.