Just like the other thread (about getting citizenship by descent), this thread is about helping Whites who want to relocate to another White country, to do so.

Cyprus: nurses and midwives, accountants, technical service consultants and computer specialists, telecommunications and electrical engineers.

Greece: qualified personnel for the shipping industry, office and accounting employees and construction workers.

Croatia: architects, civil engineers, doctors, foreign language teachers, IT engineers, maths teachers, mechanical engineers and physics teachers.

Denmark: engineers, various medical professions within the healthcare, management, IT and communications occupations. Social work and special needs professionals.

Slovakia:
public administration, social security, supply of electricity, gas, steam, finance and insurance, mining and extraction and health care and social care.

Romania: due to the migration of highly skilled workers Romania faces a serious shortage in the labour market, mainly for skilled white and blue collar workers.

Slovenia: analysts, information systems designers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, doctors, dentists, nurses, physiotherapists, accountants and auditors are all in demand.

Norway: health care, nursing, teaching.

Brazil: human resources, accounting/finance, mineral/mine/geological/marine engineers and IT professionals.

Bulgaria: processing industry including clothing, beverages, food and tobacco. Also ICT and computer specialists and professionals fluent in foreign languages.

Finland: healthcare and social work as well as in services that support public and business life. Experts in the metal industry are also needed.

Germany: skilled trades, engineering, IT, hospitality, administration, teaching.

Russia: Western goods and expertise remain in demand, particularly skills in transport, construction, ICT, engineering and teaching.

Switzerland: communication system engineers, biotechnologists, economists, finance specialists, lawyers and German language teachers.

Sweden: pre-school teachers (for pupils aged one to six), engineers, IT professionals, accountants, and various healthcare professions including doctors, dentists, midwives, hygienists and nurses.

Spain: skilled trades, mechanics, restaurant/hotel staff, sales representatives.

Poland: native English speakers, sales representatives and skilled workers.

Portugal: seasonal jobs in the tourism, hotel and catering sector; health sector - doctors (in various specialisms), information technology sector - particularly computer engineers. Call and contact centre management.

The Netherlands: engineering, production, buying and procurement staff, sales representatives and designers.

Italy: industrial production, specialist technical sectors, sales staff (on temporary contracts), skilled seasonal staff, e.g. cooks, waiters, receptionists, labourers on vineyards etc.

Malta: experienced IT professionals.

Luxembourg: construction, hotel industry, services to companies, industry, trade, and transport.

Latvia: cooks, assembly technicians, customer advisers, sales agents.

The Republic of Ireland:
engineering, financial services (particularly accountancy), IT, computing, medical, social care and science areas.

Austria: people skilled in the interface between business and technology are in demand and there is also a shortage of skilled manual workers in all fields.

Belgium: engineers, qualified technicians, IT specialists and commercial and managerial/executive positions.

Serbia: IT professionals, telecommunications and electrical engineers.

Bosnia and Herzegovina: math and physics teachers.