Post Number: 6
|Posted on Saturday, July 14, 2007 - 7:56 pm: |
How do Americans find jobs in Argentina? Is there a website? I found a job advertisement in a site as an english teacher but it was for $100 - $300 a month. That is too little.
Is there a recruiting agency in Argentina that wants people who speak english?
I have a double major: physics and electrical engineering
Any experiences? Any advice? Thanks
Post Number: 1203
|Posted on Sunday, July 15, 2007 - 10:28 pm: |
For physics try contacting directly Instituto Balseiro and see if they are aware of any openings somewhere (most likely) although there are other places in Argentina that are devoted to the production of heavy water (agua pesada) which may require such background. Depending on your level of expertise and experience you might as well contact local headhunters. Both my sister and brother-in-law are electrical engineers and they both have had successful careers. But you will never be happy with the pay.
I think finding a job is hard work, but not hard. Meaning that you must worn out a couple of shoes before you see any results. At some point is all who you know. Isn't it everywhere?
Post Number: 3
|Posted on Tuesday, December 04, 2007 - 5:31 am: |
I am moving to BsAs in July for a year. I have secured an apt. in San Telmo and potentially a "sales" job in La Plata. My question is this, how easy is it to travel from San Telmo to La Plata.
I'm dead set on the apt...not so much on the job in La Plata. I will be going to Medical or P.A. school (to be decided) after I return to the states, and would therefore much rather work at a hospital or University Clinic. Any suggestions on how to research jobs in the medical field - I've been trying, but to no avail. Thanks for your help, these forums are loaded with great info.
Post Number: 1401
|Posted on Tuesday, December 04, 2007 - 10:43 am: |
Thank you, Joshua.
That trip (La Plata - BA and viceversa) is done by a large number of commuters every day. It is very easy to get to La Plata. From the Retiro bus station you can take any number of buses on a daily basis. You may have to refine your numbers to factor in the travel costs and the time it takes to get there (over 1 hr). I can't remember if there may be buses in Constitucion too, which is closer to where you will be living.
Post Number: 1
|Posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2007 - 5:15 pm: |
Im an Australian citizen wanting to move and work in Buenos Aires. I have a bachelors degree i buisness and 2 years experience in the industry. Do you think it is going to be difficult to find a job and get a visa? Could you suggest some places maybe recruiting companies that would be of any help?
Post Number: 1404
|Posted on Friday, December 14, 2007 - 3:48 am: |
Jules, welcome! I think you may have to be patient if you really want both, a work permit/visa and a job. If you are willing to get started with non-traditional jobs just to get acquainted with the new environment you may not have to worry about the visa... As for a 'corporate' job in business that is a difficult one. It may be easier to try to get involved in certain circles or with other expats...
Post Number: 1
|Posted on Saturday, June 28, 2008 - 8:02 am: |
My future husband is from Argentina and I am South African. We will be moving to Cordoba by the end of the year.Is there a website for Jobs in Cordoba that I research ?
Post Number: 27
|Posted on Saturday, June 28, 2008 - 2:22 pm: |
I send website for jobs: