Down Under Live is a show being stated this weekend at the SECC for anyone interested in moving away from Scotland and starting again in Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
Organisers say there are more than 300 jobs available mostly in Australia and neighbouring New Zealand where Scots with a trade from electrician to joiner are wanted along with mechanics and health care workers such as nurses.
Christchurch in New Zealand is being rebuilt following last year's devastating earthquake and local contractors are desperate to attract construction workers too.
The same job mix is being offered to those interested in moving to Canadian province of Alberta though the majority of vacancies are wanted by employers in New Zealand and Australia.
Recruiters, businesses and visa experts will be on hand when the show is held this weekend at the SECC.
It's being oganised by magazine publisher Evolve Digital Publishing which also specialises in immigration-themed events.
Account manager Jane Geddes said: "A lot of people want out of this country and so this show will be a good place to come to find out what the opportunities are in other countries."
She said the show will also highlight job opportunities available across most of Australia - except Darwin and the rest of the Northern Territory - including the cities of Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Seminars highlighting life in the three countries and the employment opportunities are among the attractions with Ms Geddes saying potential employers will pay higher wages than their UK counterparts although the cost of living in Canada, New Zealand and Australia is also higher.
Tickets are currently on sale and savings of up to a third are being offered online at www.downunder live.co.uk where they are priced at £10.