How To Find a Job in the US Virgin Islands as a Foreigner

Saint John, US Virgin Islands

Saint John, US Virgin Islands

The United States Virgin Islands are a group of islands in the Caribbean.

Below is a selection of resources for searching for employment opportunities as a foreigner in the United States Virgin Islands.

General Job Search Engines and Classifieds

With the sites below, you can expect to get a 0.5 to 1.0% response rate (people who will respond back to you to whom you sent your application/CV.) Nevertheless, I encourage you to give these sites a try as you never know what you will come up with or what connections you can make from a simple e-mail or application.

  • Career.vi: The best place to kick off your job search.
  • CraigslistCheck Craigslist for job openings.
  • Career Jet: I’m sure you’ve heard of Career Jet. They have job search options for the US Virgin Islands.
  • Indeed: The Virgin Islands version of the big U.S. job search site Indeed.com.

Other Websites and Blogs

  • VI Moving CenterVI Moving Center is the most comprehensive site on the web for information about moving to the Virgin Islands. Make sure you spend a good amount of time browsing the site.
  • Huffington PostHuffington Post discusses why you should move to the Virgin Islands.
  • Here.viA short and to the point article about relocating to the Virgin Islands.

Overseas and Expat Job Portals

  • Overseas Jobs:  I find that there is often significant overlap between the postings on this site and that of other sites. Nevertheless this site has been around for a while.
  • Go Abroad: I’ve always been a fan of GoAbroad. In fact, on the visa information portion of my website, you will find where I have linked to their global embassies directory. They have a good job portal too.
  • Linkedin: Last but not least, this huge professional social network is a resource for building contacts in the field and location of your interest.

There you have it. The best places to find jobs in the United States Virgin Islands as a foreigner. For information on visas for the United States Virgin Islands, be sure to check out my US Virgin Islands visa page.

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