When choosing your working destination few factors have to be taken into full consideration. You probably don't want to end up in some town full of people that you don't like, with larger costs of living that you can afford or simply a country with erratic weather that you hate.
So, here are 6 most important factors which could help you in choosing your future destination:
Cost of Living
Probably the main thing when choosing your travel destination has to be cost of living. You have to enquire on how much living there would even cost you. There is no purpose to work at some destination if your paycheck won't even pay off the living there. Before going in some other country, you have to know everything about how much food and other necessities cost there. If you don't want to spend too much and you're eager to save certain amount of money when coming back home, then you should adjust to more modest life there, and choose less elite part of town to live in where living costs would be far less expensive.
Before going to another country you have to do a proper research on people that are living there. You should learn more about their history, culture, religion and their attitude, to try fit with them, since your work there will probably require certain social skills from your part. Certain parts of world have rigorous living norms, especially if you are going to Asia or Africa, then you should further research on what is socially acceptable and unacceptable in their community. Since you will supposedly work with people there, then you should really know more about them. In most of the countries there are all sorts of people, so you also can't categorize all of their citizens by certain stereotypes.
There is almost nothing worse than when you're at your job, and you work in a rather bad working environment. Positive work environment is making their employees feeling better about coming every day to work, and provides them with certain motivation. So, before going to work there, you should really research and enquire other people on how co-workers and supervisors are there. If that workplace is full of stress and tensity, then this job isn't such a good opportunity for you. Even though paycheck would be decent, you should really reconsider if you want to work in stressful and bad environment.
It is obvious that when going to some other location, you have to adjust to their language and their culture. It could be highly recommendable to take few language courses before going into other country. It would be much easier if you are going to english speaking nation, or at least country where majority of their population speaks english fluently. In non-english speaking countries it could be very difficult for you to understand their language, so you have to come prepared, and you should not expect from people to adjust to you. Since you are guest in their country, it would be courteous from you to adjust to them, and their native language. You would really get massive respect if you learn portions of their languages, and with that deed you could really impress your colleagues and people with whom you're going to spend some time there.
Also, you have to take into consideration their time zone, and adjust to that. But, this shouldn't pose a big problem for anyone, because even if your destination is more than 10 time zones apart, it shouldn't be a big problem adjusting to their particular time zone after few days.
To summarize up, hopefully this was helpful and useful for you, and you will maybe use some of these tips next time when you need to go to some destination, even if it isn't work related. Just remember to always do proper research of the location you need to go to, and have a safe trip!