Hello everyone. I would assume such a thread would be very common in this section but I believe my circumstances are specific so I will make a new one. I'm a student in Slovenia, Central Europe. I'm finishing a bachelor's degree in physics. My particular area of study were astronomy and geophysics. The geophysics part proved much more interesting than the astronomy part but sadly the geophysics area was very neglected for my taste. All I got was a single one-year subject Geophysics which quickly went over the topics and left me hungry for more. I was more or less forced to write my degree in an astronomical area because there was not a single geophysics professor that could act as my mentor. If I had known this in the beginning, I would have chosen meteorology. With my education nearly done, I'm naturally thinking about what I want to do with my life profesionally. I'm interested in working on areas such as hydrology, ecology, meteorology, but I fear I lack certain areas of knowledge. I'm willing to fill those blank areas, though. My biggest concern is that in my country the employment status is far from favourable for a guy just out of school with no professional experience. Going to find a job in another country sounds more and more appealing and since my English is fairly decent I was naturally thinking of going to an English speaking country. The question I wish to ask this community: how should I start looking for a job abroad, considering my lack of experience? How can I convince an employer that I know how to solve their problems if I do not know what I'm capable of or what specific area I'm interested in? I daresay I have a fair knowledge of mathematics but then I'm not a coding whiz. I doubt many people would be willing to take on a guy who needs a whole lot of studying to do before he's useful. Anyway, I'm not asking for a magial solution here, just your thoughts on my predicament.