Find Work Abroad with Robin

Find paid work abroad with accommodation in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium. Join 40,000+ candidates who have successfully found international work opportunities through Robin since 2007. Start your search today.

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    Explore opportunities to work abroad in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium
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    Accept a job offer and get a call from our recruiter in the next 24h
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    Earn one of the highest minimum wages in Europe and stay in agency-provided accommodation
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    Receive support from the Robin team from the moment you start your search until you step into your new job
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Start Working Abroad in 4 Easy Steps

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    Create a profile on our website and upload your CV

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    Review proposals and accept the job offer our recruiters have helped you find, ensuring it's an ideal fit for you

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    Once you have the job and accommodation waiting for you, you can move abroad

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    Settling in

    Robin will support you every step of the way, and we will check in even after you start working

What can Robin do for you?

At Robin, we specialise in providing intermediary services that bridge the gap between you and temporary employment agencies. Our goal is to help individuals seeking to work abroad, especially those looking for job offers in the Netherlands with accommodation. Working closely with Robin’s job experts, you will have the opportunity to evaluate and choose the agency and company that best align with your aspirations. With a vast network of over 35 employment agencies in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium, we’re well-equipped to offer work abroad jobs to almost anyone possessing an EU passport. But our commitment doesn’t stop there.

Our services extend beyond just finding you the right work abroad opportunities; we aim to ensure a comfortable relocation for EU employees to a new country. Upon request, Robin can connect you with like-minded individuals who have already moved to the Netherlands, Germany, or Belgium. This network of peers who are accustomed to the country will help build up your confidence as you navigate this significant life change. Our job experts remain at your disposal for any queries and assistance you might need. At Robin, we strive to provide more than work opportunities for foreigners; we’re here to facilitate a smooth transition to living and working abroad.

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Explore Work Abroad Opportunities Across Industries

Robin offers opportunities to work abroad across different sectors, catering to candidates of all experience levels. Whether you’re looking to relocate independently or as a couple, our team is dedicated to matching you with a position that aligns with your skills and aspirations.

We constantly update our job listings, and you can always find open positions within the following industries.


Our partners seek skilled individuals in the technical fields, looking for carpenters, CNC operators, mechanics, electricians, drivers, welders, and more. Many positions are available for immediate start, offering competitive compensation and attractive work conditions.


Leading logistics companies across Europe are on the lookout for warehouse operators, order pickers, reach truck drivers, and other logistics staff. Some positions within this sector are ideal for those new to the workplace, while others require specific skills and experience.


Production workers can find work abroad at various factories and assembly lines, ranging from large corporations to family-owned businesses. These roles help develop valuable skills in an international and dynamic work environment.


The diverse service industry provides many job opportunities, from hospitality roles such as bartenders and receptionists to positions within restaurants and offices. These jobs are ideal for individuals who excel in social environments.

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Why choose Robin?

  • 17+ years of experience in the industry
  • 40,000+ successful matches
  • Experienced team of recruiters at your service throughout job application and relocation
  • Wide range of job offers provided only by trusted employment agencies
  • All our services are completely free!

Learn more about Robin and our mission to facilitate borderless recruitment.

We Can Help You Find Work Abroad and Start a New Life

For over 17 years, Robin has been a helping hand to candidates from across Europe in finding their ideal jobs in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium. We match candidates who want to relocate to top vacancies abroad provided by trusted employers with proven track records.

Our recruitment experts will guide you through the entire process, from selecting the right country to relocating for your new job abroad with accommodation. Explore open positions and find work abroad with Robin!

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Finding Work Abroad is Easy with Robin

What can you expect from Robin?

Robin can help you find a job and accommodation abroad. We are working with over 35 agencies to get you the best job offers possible.
We will also answer all the questions you might have about finding a job abroad.
Upon your request, Robin can connect you with people who went abroad before you, and they can provide you with more details about their experience.
We offer much more than just a job – our experts will guide you through the entire process.

In which countries does Robin offer work opportunities?

Robin has job offers in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany.
We are fully familiar with the employment laws in these three countries.
Each year, Robin helps over 2,000 people move and set up in any of these three countries.

Is getting a job through Robin free?

Yes, all of our job-seeking services are free.
We will help you with the paperwork you need to start working abroad.
Although our services are free, we don’t cover your trip expenses.

What can I expect from accommodation?

The agency will provide your accommodation abroad at a significantly lower price than the market average.
The accommodation expenses will be deducted from your salary (around €100/week).
Usually, agencies in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium provide double rooms for people to stay in, but you may have a room for yourself.
You don’t have to stay in the provided accommodation, but it is hard to find affordable housing in the Netherlands, Belgium, or Germany.

How fast can I start working abroad?

The process depends on you, but the faster, the better.
There are more jobs available with short notice, and if you can start immediately, you can get a job and start working in a few days.
Processing the paperwork takes about 15 minutes, but we will help you collect everything you need.
If you want to travel and work abroad with your partner, there are such opportunities, but they are limited.
Although people who don’t speak English are welcome to apply, there are more open positions for those who speak it well, and they are more likely to get a job.

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Key Steps to Ensure a Smooth Transition to Working Abroad

Many elements come into play when you’re setting out for a new life and job abroad. While some aspects may be out of your control, there are actions you can take to increase your chances of getting a job abroad with accommodation.

Our team at Robin does more than match you to great international work opportunities; we help you get ready for the role and go smoothly through the process.

From updating your CV to learning essential information about the country you’re moving to, these are the key steps to take when preparing for work abroad.

1. Choose Your Country for Work Abroad Wisely

Thinking about working abroad? Choosing the right country is key. Align your goals with a country that offers the best opportunities for your career and savings potential. Make sure to understand the cost of living and earning possibilities, as these are crucial for planning your finances. Before making your decision, consider these factors, too:

  • Are you familiar with the country? What draws you there, and do you have any connections with positive work abroad experiences?
  • How accessible and cost-effective is travel to and from the country? What quality of life can you expect as a foreigner working abroad? Consider the quality of life index and the presence of an active international community that can help you adapt faster.

2. Adjust Your Expectations of Living and Working Abroad

Life outside the country can be different from expectations, especially for those going to work abroad for the first time. We’ll tell you right away that the grass is not greener on the other side and that nowhere will feel like home. You should expect to work hard and might not get along with some people you live with. While adapting to a new culture can be challenging, it also brings opportunities like quality healthcare, friendly people, and excellent infrastructure. At Robin, we’re committed to supporting your journey every step of the way, ensuring a smooth transition into your new role.

3. Set Clear Goals for Your International Career

Why do you want to work abroad? Define your objectives, whether it’s financial gain or life experience. Choose your destination – be it the Netherlands, Germany, or Belgium – and decide on the type of job abroad you seek. Otherwise, you might waste a lot of energy jumping from one place to the next without having any savings in your bank account as a result. To set clear goals, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Would you like to work abroad solo or with a friend?
  • Which country would you like to move to?
  • How long would you like to stay abroad?
  • Are you looking for a stable job, or do you prefer flexible working opportunities?

Let us know your preferences, and our job experts will help you navigate through the job opportunities in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium and find roles that align perfectly with your aspirations.

4. Ensure You Can Communicate with Locals

Expect to work abroad 40 hours per week. This means that you will spend more of your time living abroad than working abroad. Effective communication with locals is crucial at work, when meeting new people, asking for help, and getting around the country. English-speaking workers find it easier to integrate in countries like the Netherlands and Belgium, where around 90% of locals can hold a conversation in English. While in Germany, learning the basics of the local language can significantly enrich your experience in both professional and personal interactions.

5. Go Work Abroad with a Companion

If this is your first time looking for a job abroad, consider going with a companion who has already spent some time working outside the country. Having someone more experienced than you who already knows their way around can help you stay calm even in stressful situations. However, don’t worry if you decide to embark on this journey alone: Robin’s job experts will find you work with accommodation and ensure you are taken care of. We will connect you with similar candidates from your country, and you will have a chance to meet new people and establish strong professional and personal connections.

Whether you venture solo or with an experienced companion, Robin connects you with a network of individuals for your full support.

6. Update Your CV for Work Abroad Opportunities

Wondering why you have to prepare a CV if you’re applying for roles such as order picker or production worker? Honestly, Robin doesn’t put too much value in resumes, either. But we know that many companies want to see at least your last employment to ensure that you’re the right person for the job. Considering even the smallest details can broaden your pool of job offers abroad, make sure you use some of the free CV writing tools to prepare your resume. Let Robin’s job experts know if you get stuck at any moment. We are glad to help you!

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Prepare for Working Abroad with Robin

At Robin, we’re all about helping you find the perfect job abroad. We understand that taking the step to work in a new country is big but exciting!

Whether you’re searching for work abroad opportunities or just looking into what working abroad involves, Robin is here to help every step of the way. Our goal is to make your relocation as smooth as possible, ensuring you find a position that suits your needs in the Netherlands, Germany, or Belgium. Let’s explore some other questions you might have:

1. What kind of employment agencies does Robin work with?

Robin partners up only with agencies with over ten years of experience in the international recruitment market. These agencies have a proven track record in helping our candidates find jobs and accommodation abroad and are all members of the recruitment branch organisations of ABU. Therefore, we know that they follow a standard protocol and offer fair conditions for payment of salaries and the provided accommodation.

2. How does Robin finance its services?

Wondering how we manage to offer our assistance without any cost to you? It’s simple: employment agencies in the Netherlands and other countries compensate us for connecting them with talented individuals like you. This model allows us to offer our expertise and services free of charge to job seekers, making your dream to work abroad financially feasible.

3. What sets Robin apart from other recruitment agencies?

Unlike typical agencies, Robin prioritises creating an optimal experience for those starting their work abroad journey. We personally vet accommodations and workplaces abroad to ensure they meet our high standards, aiming to provide more than just a job for foreign workers. We are committed to maintaining communication with you even after you start your job, ensuring the relocation and integration into the new workplace and culture go smoothly. While you’re still in the process of finding a job abroad, we can connect you with candidates who got jobs in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium with Robin to hear their experience firsthand.

4. What inspired the name Robin?

Inspired by legendary action heroes, Robin symbolises support and trust for job seekers looking to work abroad. Our core values—transparency, honesty, and a relentless drive to improve—reflect our dedication to not just providing work abroad jobs but also being a guiding light throughout your journey.

5. Can Robin assist me if I already have accommodation abroad?

While our primary focus is to provide work abroad jobs with accommodation, we understand some candidates might already have their living arrangements sorted. In such cases, we encourage you to discuss your specific situation with our job experts, as job opportunities can vary based on location and commute options.

6. Does Robin offer direct jobs with companies?

Robin provides most jobs at international employment agencies abroad. This way, we make sure a job with accommodation for you is taken care of. In exceptional situations, we can also offer work directly at a company. In that case, you should have housing organised by yourself. Both employment agencies and companies have to apply the same minimum salary conditions.

7. How much money can I expect to earn working abroad?

Expect that your gross salary will be slightly more than the country’s national minimum wage where you will work. You should deduct the accommodation costs and insurance to know how much your net salary will be from your paycheck.

8. How is transportation to work organised?

The agency responsible for your employment will organise your daily commute. Whether it’s a short distance requiring a bike or a longer journey necessitating a car or minibus, your travel to and from work will be arranged for your convenience.

9. Can I get a job abroad if I don’t have an EU passport?

Currently, our services are tailored and available only to EU passport holders for regulatory and logistical reasons. However, we’re continuously looking for ways to expand our support in finding a job abroad to a wider pool of candidates, so stay tuned for future updates.

10. Are there any short-term work abroad opportunities suitable for students?

Absolutely! Robin offers a variety of summer and short-term job opportunities ideal for students or those interested in experiencing life and working in a new country for a few months. These positions, available in sectors such as agriculture and logistics, provide valuable international experience and cultural exposure.”

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