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How To Find Job In Venezuela

Planing to move Venezuela you should check the requirements for a Venezuelan visa first and then you must know how to how to find a job there. 

Where To Look For A Job?

Online: 

There are many resources through which you can easily find the posted jobs. One way is through the online job providing sites like indeedglassdoor, and quicker. There you can find many jobs from lower basic pay to higher pay jobs are posted there. But yes, you must be very careful while you apply through online job portals as the incidence of fraud is very common. 

Offline Mode: 

Newspaper

If you are not at all an Online person than you can check the daily newspaper, as many vacancies have been posted in the newspaper too. But yes you don’t need to search in between papers and mark with the pencil the jobs as nowadays the newspaper is also available online for that you can check the El Universal

More Resource:

Bumeran: Bumeran is a good site if you are finding a job in Venezuela.

Learn4GoodLearn4Good has jobs for various levels.

Olx: Nowadays Olx is also very popular for finding a job but as I said above also be very careful when you apply through these sites as many jobs are just a trap. 

Highly Demanding Jobs In Venezuela: 

Teaching English

As most of the people in Venezuela speak Spanish there is a requirement for an English teacher in almost every school or university. Also teaching is one of the most respectable jobs so, you can consider this as a good option. You can find and apply on these sites which i have mentioned below. There is not much difference as all the sites below are quiet similar and have a massive amount of openings in teaching. If you have given TEFL or ILETS than you can a good pay very easily. 

ESL EmploymentIf you have given TEFL or ILETS or any other exam then these sites will provide you a number of opportunities with a good pay scale in the teaching field. 

Total ESL:  This is also similar to the above site and you can easily find many jobs here too. 

Chemical Engineer:

As we that Venezuela is called the mine of petroleum and there are eight biogas plants in Venezuela than it is pretty much clear that the demand for Chemical Engineers is also very high. So, if you have a degree in Chemical Engineering you can try here. 

Source: https://www.internations.org/go/moving-to-venezuela/working

https://www.visahunter.com/articles/how-to-find-a-job-in-venezuela-as-a-foreigner/

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