Working In Turkey As a ForeignerEditor Team
Finding a job and working in Turkey
Start working in Turkey or working as a foreigner in Turkey,
Turkey is a country located between the Middle East, Aisa, Europe have a well-grown industry and exports to multiple countries at the same time it’s one of the top touristic destination in the world for tourism, there is continuously requirement for foreigners speak multi-languages, when you first arrive in turkey it’s very challenging to set up your life and find the best job based on your qualifications, one important factor is the Turkish language if you learn Turkish and besides that, you have your own native languages or any other language you are fluent then it will be very easy for you to find a job.
Turkey has a very low English proficiency score with less than half the population able to speak the language.
While English is a reasonably common form of business communication in bigger cities, such as Ankara and Istanbul, you’ll struggle to get by without at least some understanding of Turkish.
But having an understanding of Turkish will increase your career prospects and ensure your work is at a high standard as I mentioned at the top line.
The Turkish government plan is to convert Turkey especially Istanbul into an international trade hub you will find lots of international companies operating in Turkey and most of those companies might provide services or have ongoing business with your origin countries.
Jobs Foreigners can do;
- Call center in the hospitals,
- Sales Representative
- Sales Manager
- International Relationship
- Nanny Jobs
- Tourism Sectors
- Hotels, etc
and lots more…
Best Websites to find a job;
You can also join Expat groups on social media like Facebook sometimes employers are posting jobs over there.
There are jobs you cannot do as foreigners;
General manager in private health institutions.
In an interview usually, it’s carried by the human resource manager of the employer companies and you will be asked about sample questions about your personal life sometimes or details of a place or your country from those answers HR will understand your talent and how much you can culturally fit their company position, sometimes you might be even asked to do a short role-play of customer and sales representative of a store during your interview with HR.