Hey everyone. Lately, I've been searching for space companies that hire engineers (especially mechanical, aerospace engineers). I'm an undergraduate in mechanical engineering, seeking to major in some space-related field in the future. But I want to know what I'm getting myself into, so I want to know the perspectives for a non-US MechE with a major in the aerospace field looking for a job abroad. Yeah, I do know some of the most famous aerospace companies: Airbus/Boeing/Lockheed Martin... Of these, I think it's airbus that interests me the most. I would love to work with rocket propulsion, for example. I've came across with this Planetary Resources too, but I don't know much about them, except it's something about asteroid mining. So, for a non-US and non-European citizien, what are the chances of working at one of these companies? I mean, how is the market now and what are the prospects for the near future(like 5-10 years from now?). And if you know any other space-related company, could you list them here please?