How To Find Job In Turkey ??

Foreigners can not get a work permit on their behalf. For work in Turkey, you need to have a job offer first. The employer or his consultancy company should apply for it. If you are abroad you can apply through the local Turkish Consulate to get your work permit. If you’re in Turkey your boss must apply on your behalf for your job visa. To get a job in Turkey will must the following documents:
  • passport (with the least validity of six months),
  • qualifications (degree, certificates, etc.),
  • four biometric passport photos, the completed application form for work permits.
  • Your employer will be also required to send a letter confirming your job to the Turkish Ministry.

Where To Find Job in Turkey?


 Job in Turkey you can do-

Part-time work

  • The part-time work is available throughout Turkey, especially in tourism (tourism). You won’t be well-paid for this kind of job, and as a result, it’s better for those young people who don’t want to save. For example, if you’re working in a bar, you might get paid enough for your rent.
  • Note also that many part-time jobs are paid in cash and employers will not be sponsoring work visas. Although this is usually not an issue, you should be conscious that you can work in certain cases. Also, you should not any expect protection from dishonest employers.

Teaching English in Turkey

  • If you are not able to secure a teaching job before you arrive in Turkey. Then you will need to visit schools in person to ask about openings. To get the best jobs you must have advanced degrees and certifications for teaching.
  • Try visiting some private schools if you feel your qualifications may be lacking. Make sure you have your passport, a copy of your degree, a teaching certificate, and a resume. Also, Dershanes recruits teachers without formal teaching certifications.
If you are looking to teach English, website TEFL and Dave´s ESL Cafe offer up-to-date listings of open positions.