Aruba is an 180 square kilometer island in the Caribbean and is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Citizens of Aruba are all Dutch Nationals. You can find beaches, its capital city Oranjestad and friendly people always willing to help out and give directions. It’s no surprise that most career opportunities can be found in hospitality, the industry that keeps the islands economy spinning. The official languages spoken on the island are Dutch and Papiamentu, but most locals also speak Spanish and English and immigrants speaking more than one language will benefit from better job opportunities.
Aruba is also a safe destination, in more than one way. It is located outside the hurricane belt, there is high quality and modern medical care available and in terms of crime it is considered the safest place in the area. Aruba has one of the highest standards of living in the Caribbean region and there is a low unemployment rate.
And what to do in your free time? No need to get bored! Surfing, chilling on the beach, snorkelling, diving and even visiting a national park are one of the many options. At night you can visit one of the islands restaurants or sip a cocktail in a beach bar. Aruba may be a small island; it offers big possibilities and opportunities.