Certain obstacles will be in your way. They are not insurmountable, but to be considered, understood and prepared for in order to concentrate your forces to reduce them.
The language barrier: Having a foreign language is a highly sought out skill, however ensure you have the level required. Not having an advanced or native level can be an obstacle to your integration.
The cost to the company: some companies have to pay certain taxes when they hire foreign talent. Some of these companies will not sponsor a foreign candidate for financial reasons. With the proper research you can find which companies support expats and provide sponsorships.
The financial investment: although expatriation is often attractive financially for applicants abroad, it often requires a starting investment to cover certain planned expenses such as insurance, rent, etc., and unforeseen expenses.
Time: You must consider the fact that looking for a job abroad can take more time than looking for a job locally. You will have to find an accommodation, prepare your arrival in the country and sometimes you will need a visa to work, and procedures can take time.