A poll of 1,500 people by Aviva UK Health has found that millions of young Brits could not have an issue going out of the country in search of jobs.
Australia, the US, Canada, Spain and New Zealand are the most favored destinations of the young brigade. The poll found that 54% of the people were considering working abroad, while 56% felt there were better job prospects outside Britain.
"Boomerang breaks may seem for young workers less radical than emigrating but it is crucial they consider practicalities," said travel expert Amanda Lamb."Healthcare, for example, varies hugely from one country to the next."
Commenting on the findings, Andrew Turner of Aviva Health said that 34% said they would not consider it important to have extra medical insurance, which is a worrying trend.