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It isn't generally easy to find legal work in Brazil. However, if you have special skills or can secure permanent residency, there are jobs available

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Brazil is a huge country full of opportunities, but it is also bureaucratic and not very investor-friendly, so you'll need to do some research first

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Working as an intern can be a great way to expand your CV. Brazil, the world's 8th largest economy, could be a great country in which to gain experience.

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Salvador has a population of 3 million and it is Brazil's third-largest city. It has a diversified economy, but finding a job here will take some diligence

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Recife attracts more foreign investment each year, facilitating the creation of thousands of jobs particularly in this sector and many more.

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Brasília is Brazil's federal capital and third-largest city with a population of 3 million, and represents one of the country's largest job markets.

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São Paulo, “The New York of South America,” is by far the largest job market in Brazil. It is the best place to look for white-collar positions.

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Fortaleza, located on Brazil's northeastern coast, is a popular destination. However, finding a job here will take some ingenuity and perseverance.

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Curitiba is the capital of the southern state of Paraná. With a diverse economy and a population of almost two million, Curitiba offers many opportunities

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Although not well known outside of Brazil, Belo Horizonte is the country's sixth-largest city, and it possesses a large, diversified economy.

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Many expats find themselves falling for The Marvelous City of Rio. Brazil's second-largest economic centre provides opportunities for the well-qualified.

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