I just move to Ho Chi Mihn City and I dont know how to find a job here. Please help, I can do anything for a living
If you have teaching certificate ( TESOL, TEFL, CELTA.... ), you can refer group Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1433694193434146, I had a good job from an information in that group
I had a good job, you should join the facebook group, if you want to be sure you should ask the group administrator directly, they are very kind, They will send a description of some work that suits you https://www.facebook.com/groups/1433694193434146
With the way Vietnam's economy has been expanding, the range of jobs available to expats has exploded as well. Living in Ho Chi Minh is already counting in your favour as most expat jobs are in this major city. You will mostly find expats working in IT, construction and tourism sectors. Recently, the English teaching community has also grown, making work as an ESL teacher an excellent option for expats. What kind of jobs are you interested in? What skills do you have? Our guide page on working in Vietnam may be helpful to have a look at.
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