Even though the Year of the Rabbit is not one of the 'travelling years' - unlike those of the tiger, snake, monkey and pig - it does not necessarily mean it will be a bad year in which to travel, move or migrate.
Last year was a travel year, or one of movement as per the Chinese astrological system, for those born in a year or on a day of the rat, dragon or monkey. The next year of the snake, 2013, will affect those born in a year or on a day of the pig, rabbit or sheep. The Year of the Monkey, 2016, will see a greater probability of travel for those born in a year or on a day of the tiger, horse or dog while 2019, the Year of the Pig, will see an increase in the carbon footprints of those born in a year or on a day of the snake, rooster or ox.
If there is a career opportunity for you in another country, you should not disregard it simply because this is not one of your travel years. Rather, you need to consider whether the predominant elements of the year - metal and wood (represented by the rabbit) - are positive elements according to your astrological chart. If these elements are auspicious, the move will be beneficial. If these elements are problematic for you, expect some obstacles related to your move. It is best to consult a professional astrologer with regard to selecting your moving dates to minimise any unforeseen complications.