Finding well paid jobs in developing countries.

Imagine being paid well to help others, whilst furthering your career, exploring other cultures, seeing new sights and living cheaply in glorious sunshine!
In today's global-marketing environment, it's never been easier to acquire work in developing countries. Many organisations, advertise jobs vacancies internationally and increasingly so, at the click of a button, i.e. online!

The Benefits of Working in Developing Countries

  • Working in developing countries is a great way to improve your technical skills, broaden your horizons and gain invaluable working experience.
  • Getting a job in communities, that are less fortunate than your own, can be a very self-satisfying experience. It's extremely rewarding to know that your efforts are helping others, to help themselves and working towards alleviating inequality and poverty.
  • Contrary to popular belief, you can get jobs in these countries that actually, pay very well and quite often, free accommodation is provided as a bonus. Other benefits can include the low cost of living and also the climate.

Developing Countries

  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Eastern Europe
  • Latin America
  • Russia


  • Technical: Architects, Computer Professionals, Engineers
  • Financial: Business Advisors, Consultants, Economists
  • Communal: Non-profit and NGO agencies, e.g. VSO
  • Educational: Teachers
  • Medical: Doctors, Nurses, Campaign Co-ordinators
  • Managerial: Government Agencies and Non-Profit Organisations

Examples of Work Found in Developing Countries

International jobs in the developing world vary greatly. The following is a list of the kinds of jobs that can be found in developing countries:

  • Asia: Agricultural Scientist
  • Middle East: Watershed Management Specialist
  • Bolivia: Development Finance Specialist
  • Kenya: English Teacher