Where to Search for Jobs in Latin America

July 8, 2013

Career Stats, Job Hunt

where to search for jobs,Are you interested in finding a job in Latin America?   Latin America may offer different opportunities than you might find in the US and you could get a chance to live in a foreign country. It may seem difficult to search for positions out of the country but here are some websites that can tell you where to search for jobs.


This website allows you to look for jobs across the globe but you can select the specific Latin American country that you are interested in working in. You can search for jobs by country, job title, or keywords; you can also post your CV. You can sign up for job alerts and track your application once you send it in. This service is free for job seekers.


This is one of the largest job websites in the Pan American region with job postings in Mexico, Peru, Columbia, Argentina, and other countries. You can search for jobs in your country of choice and post your CV for recruiters to find you. The website also includes articles to assist you in your job search; there are also separate websites that cater to female job searchers and for people who are interested in teaching at an institution of higher learning. This one is free to job seekers.


Latpro.com caters to both Spanish and Portuguese-speaking job searchers. You can post your CV and receive email notifications when jobs that fit your requirements open up. The site does list positions in the United States as well.


Bumeran.com covers both Central and Latin America; the job postings and information on the website are posted in the language of the country served. You can look for opportunities in many countries in the area without registering; however, you have to register for the site before you can apply for a position. Bumeran does notify you when your resume is opened up by a potential employer as a way to help you track you applications. This job website is free as well.

There are other ways to find jobs in Latin America. Your present company may have jobs in the area. The US government may have positions in the area as well. If you speak fluent English, there may be teaching opportunities available in the area of choice.

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