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on 15 Jan 2020

I've been living in Romania for some years now, with the ability to work. I'm currently in the Alba area, though if work would be in Cluj, I would consider commuting via bus or train. Would anyone know what kind of jobs could be available as well as point me in the right direction as to applying for the job? I am willing to seek entry positions

StevenVoortman on 10 Feb 2020 - 09:15

Hi there,

While many Romanian companies prefer to hire local workers, there are many companies looking to employ English speaking employees. The state requires that all companies must announce their vacancies online, so perhaps a good place to start your search would be an online job portal. Another option to check out is the  Romanian National Employment Agency, or perhaps seek employment via a placement agency. In which industry do you work?

For more information on Romania, see our guide for expats in Romania.

Hope this helps!

Steve

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