Is it possible to find a job as Payroll Coordinator in the UK while I'm still working in Italy?

I would like to move to Wolverhampton, near Birmingham, to reach my boyfriend and continue to work as a Payroll Coordinator there. I have been working for 5 years in this position in Italy. Do you think it would be a good idea to leave my actual job here and move to the UK to look for another in the same position? I'm scared of being unemployed, because it would lower my chances to be chosen by a company. Are there any concrete chances to be recruited from here?

Asked By: - 2/2/2013
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
no, none what so ever. we also dont have that job over here. Stay where you are you are better off. Or look at it this way, leave your job, come over here and have no job, which is better?
Answered By: b - 2/3/2013
Additional Answers (3)
We have over 2 Million unemployed in the UK. Payroll systems will not be the same as in your country. Your chances of getting this job in a specific area are slim. UK
Answered By: Kernow Lady - 2/2/2013
Unlikely, as recruitment at a distance is always difficult. Most employers will not consider it when there are good candidates available locally. I'm not saying you couldn't find a job, but you would probably have to be here, and you may well have to consider other types of work, especially at first. You may be... More
Answered By: R - 2/2/2013
You would have to have an address near Birmingham. Perhaps you could use your boyfriends address. You would also have to contact your cell phone provider and tell them your new address. That would make your address and your cell phone local even if you are still in Italy. Use your cell number and your new address to... More
Answered By: Join The Club - 2/2/2013
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