Work in South Korea

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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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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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See also

If you already have a smart phone, but don't want to commit to a 2 year phone contract, there is an alternative--and it's a lot cheaper!
You are advised to hire international movers if you are planning to settle in South Korea. You should also subscribe to insurance for your belongings.
Different types of accommodations are available in the South Korean capital city. You can choose from studios, apartments, villas, etc, in Seoul.
If you are moving to Busan, South Korea, you can rent an apartment, a house, or even a studio. Housing prices are affordable.
If you are in South Korea with less than 5 years old children, you can enroll them to a child care center or a preprimary school. You can also entrust them to a nanny or babysitter.

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