Work in Turkey

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Ankara, the Turkish capital city, provides job opportunities for expatriates in a range of fields, as well as opportunities for investors.

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Being Turkey's biggest city, Istanbul has a diversified economy and a dynamic labour market which is open to foreign professionals.

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More and more foreigners are tempted to settle in Turkey in order to set up their own business. The market is rather open to foreign investments.

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If you want to further your work experience, you may want to do an internship in Turkey. If so, there are many international firms offering internships.

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Before looking for a job in Turkey, it is important that you find out about the labour market and employment conditions for foreigners.

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Izmir's economy depends mainly on its commercial port, however there are jobs available for expats in the service industry - particularly in tourism.

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A general guide and tips for finding a Job in Istanbul and everywheer else. I had posted this article as a post in the forum. Recreating here.

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There is a lot of paperwork to be done before you start working in Turkey. Work Permits are either obtained from the Ministry of Labor and Social Security (Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvenlik Bakanlığı) or from the Consulates of Turkish Republic abroad.

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