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Old 03-09-14, 07:57 AM   #1
 
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Default How to work in your country

Hello everybody, i'm Italian and i'm almost graduated in Engineering Managment...for the future i not exclude to work in a foreign country also because Italy has a very bad situation regarding job opportunities.

i ask you what i have to do to work in your country? (whatever it is)
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Old 03-09-14, 01:11 PM   #2
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You can get a job in just about any country if you're persistent enough. A lot of people say they can't get jobs but it's simply a case of not looking hard enough or looking in the right places.

I had two jobs up until recently which I quit since I am going to University. Neither of these jobs asked for my qualifications or anything when I started. They simply gave me the job.

I hated both of my jobs but at the end of the day it's money and better than receiving benefits and being unemployed.









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Default Re: How to work in your country

maybe you should also check those sites:

http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens...s/index_en.htm (permits stuff)
http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens...s/index_en.htm (qualifications, etc)


generally, I guess, you should speak the language of the country where you want to work somewhat fluently. for my country, it would be German.

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I understand you. I moved to another country in order to do my favorite work for worthy money. I don't know exactly about your specialty, but I work successfully in an oil company in the United States. I've been here for more than 5 years now and I want to get citizenship. I found an article reasons form n-400 denied, I have carefully read it and believe that I should get my certificate. I believe that in moving to another country there is nothing terrible
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