How does someone in the US get a job in Europe?

I want to work (and obviously live) in Europe. In particular I would like to work in The Netherlands, Spain or England. How does one go about finding a job over there without having to completely up and move without a solid plan? I have a college degree and a lot of work experience. Are there agencies or web-sites that help you find work in Europe that fit what you are looking for? If so, can somoene give me info on it?!

Asked By: J w - 10/2/2008
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If you're a Australian, US or Canadian citizen, you can only stay here for 90 days as a tourist without a visa. It also isn't legal for you to work here without having a work permit and a visa that allows you to do so unless you're from the EU. Generally, you cannot apply for a work permit yourself - the company has to... More
Answered By: conley39 - 10/2/2008
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don't take thisseriously but why not what everybody else does? Just fly over on hols and never go back. They'll give you a house, benefits etc... More
Answered By: tazzie78 - 10/2/2008
In England, they have something called a highly skilled workers visa - it works on a point system where you get points for things such as a college degree, being under the age of 27, speaking english, and having a high earning potential. In a nutshell, if you have enough points on this scale, you can apply for this... More
Answered By: cee.lynn - 10/2/2008
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