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Incheon, one of South Korea's largest cities, has been attracting more and more foreign investment in various sectors over the years.

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The economy of the city of Gwangju, South Korea, is essentially based on automotive manufacturing and high technology industries.

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Ulsan, South Korea, has a quite developped economy which is essentially based on the automotive industry, shipbuilding and petrochemicals.

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Seoul's labor market is very open to expatriates. Many international and multinational firms have settled in this South Korean region.

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Daegu, South Korea's fourth largest city, has a great employment potential. Its several economic zones specialize in various sectors.

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Jobs are available in various sectors in the city of Busan in South Korea, especially in industry, information and communication technology, trade...

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To find a job in South Korea, check the classified ads in local newspapers or job websites. You can also seek help from a hiring agency.

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South Korea is a real job mine for expatriates around the world in various sectors: information and communication technology, automotive, electronics, etc.

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It is best to find an internship from abroad if you wish to acquire professional experience in South Korea. You will have to apply for an internship visa.

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South Korea offers a business-friendly environment. If you want to invest or manage a company in the country, you must apply for a business visa.

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This is an article for those on the fence regarding moving overseas to teach ESL. It is an account of my experiences choosing a country/position with the aim of helping out those whose shoes I was recently in and searching for help of my own.

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