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It's impossible to move out of the US without a degree right?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
There are many different ways to live outside of the US, but having a university degree definitely opens up a greater number of opportunities.
Marrying a citizen of another country would likely enable you to live and work in that country, though different countries have different procedures for processing foreign nationals on spousal visas. Obviously a degree would be beneficial anywhere, but unless you were to gain proficiency with the local language, it's unlikely you'd be qualified to do anything besides menial jobs.
Working for a company that has offices in other countries might be an opportunity to live and work elsewhere on an employment visa, but no company would send an uneducated and inexperienced person overseas, so that's not going to happen.
Many people from developing countries take jobs in wealthier countries doing less desirable jobs that the locals don't want to do - Filipinas living in Saudi Arabia or Singapore work as housekeepers or nannies, people from Uzbekistan work as farm laborers in South Korea... But those people work 12 or 16 hours a day, 6 days a week for a pittance. And most send every red cent they make home.
It's 2021. Get a diploma. Life is hard without one.
- Spartan LLv 52 weeks ago
Why do you suppose the outside world doesn't want average Americans?
(don't think too hard about this).
- Anonymous2 months ago
No, it's not impossible. Skilled workmen -- electricians, plumbers, cabinetmakers etc. -- are also accepted in other countries.
- dripLv 72 months ago
You could married a foreigner and live in their country.
A family member can sponsor you. You could work in a company that has locations in other countries, get transferred.Some jobs will get you there temporarily. Like working a seasonal job, or as an Au Pair. Countries have different immigration policies.
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- Spock (rhp)Lv 72 months ago
not at all. if you're rich anyway -- it's fairly easy. and there are plenty of second and third world countries that welcome anyone with skills -- whether those are college based or not
- sunshine_melLv 72 months ago
Pretty much, unless you have specialist high-level experience in specific areas, or you marry someone to sponsor your visa
- pearlLv 42 months ago
No, that's wrong......................