Peru is the most famous city in the world for the Inca city. The ancient town of Machu Picchu. It also contains many seaside towns that enjoy great weather throughout the year. The nation provides expatriates reasonable living costs. Like in many nations, the employment market in Peru is often favored by local workers. This is why most international businesses in the country have their work. Many people are also coming to Peru for work moves.
it is a decent choice in Western South America. if you’re seeking work in foreign countries, particularly in English teaching. The facility is affordable.
Search engines and classifications for general employment
- Specific conditions should apply to foreign workers. That is employed by a professional contract in Peru. The employment contract approved by the Labor Ministry is generally for a year.
- It should get noted that firms that are based and operate in Peru. It may have not more than 20% international employees.
- In Peru, the legal week is 48 hours but depends on your agreement and the sort of job you will do. Revenue tax is often taken from your pay.
- Bumeran- It is a very big job Website in Peru.
- OpcionEmpleo– It is run by the same owners of careers.jet
- Indeed: The Peru version of the thing
- Bumeran: Bumeran is a big bad job search site with lots of opportunities in Peru.
- OpcionEmpleo: Run by the same guys who run CareerJet.com.
- Indeed: The Peru version of the big U.S. job search site Indeed.com.
- CompuTrabajo: Like I said in my post on jobs in Panama, Computrabajo has a terrible interface. It is a good thing that the selection of jobs is better than the site appearance.
- Learn4Good: Learn4Good has a good portal for jobs on a number of levels.
- Craigslist: Unless you have lived under a rock, I’m sure you’ve heard of Craigslist. They’ve got stuff for Peru too.
- Olx: Olx is also a giant classifieds site. It has job opportunities, but not all of them look legit. Be advised.
- Los Clasificados: This site has a lot of job opportunities, but it will take a lot of time to sift through the offers and determine what is good and what is not good.
Teaching English will be your easiest option (if you are a native English speaker that is). All of the sites below are pretty similar and have a massive amount of teaching English job options. Browse through each of the sites for any Peru job opportunities. Also, be sure to check out this cool table from the International TEFL academy that shows how much money teachers can expect to make in various countries around the world.
- ESL Employment: Not the most beautiful interface, but who needs a pretty website when you have so many English teaching job options to choose from.
- Total ESL: Also an overly busy interface but a wealth of job postings for teaching jobs abroad.
- ESL Cafe: Dave does a great job in compiling some of the best job openings from around the world.
- Tesall: Big teaching jobs aggregator.
- Transitions Abroad: A great list of English teaching contacts in Latin America.
Thoughts of Other Bloggers and Websites
- The Ultimate Peru list has one of the most comprehensive lists of “Finding Teaching Jobs in Peru.”
- Transitions Abroad talks about “Finding Teaching Jobs in Peru.”
Overseas and Expat Job Portals
- Overseas Jobs: I find that there is often significant overlap between the postings on this site and that of other sites. Nevertheless this site has been around for a while.
- Go Abroad: I’ve always been a fan of GoAbroad. In fact, on the visa information portion of my website, you will find where I have linked to their global embassies directory. They have a good job portal too.
- Linkedin: Last but not least, this huge professional social network is a resource for building contacts in the field and location of your interest.