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It is better to get a job from abroad if you want to work in Brazil. In this article, find useful information to guide you in your search.

To obtain a work visa in Brazil, you are advised to find a job before moving. You may consult job offers from Brazilian economic missions nearest to you or from foreign chambers of commerce operating in Brazil. Moreover, you have to gather concrete information on the labor market and on occupational regulations or on settlement procedures if you want to set up your own business there.

Seek information

Target the companies and fields which interest you and send your job application, consisting of your CV accompanied by a cover letter. Do not limit yourself to foreign companies so far. You can also contact local businesses. You will find a few useful tools below:

Michael Page www.michaelpage.com.br
Personal Page www.pagepersonnel.com.br

You can also consult recruitment agencies or job websites which can help you find a temporary or permanent job.

Useful links:

Adecco Brazil www.adecco.com.br
Manpower Brazil www.manpower.com.br
Vagas novo.vagas.com.br
Curriculum www.curriculum.com.br
Linked In www.linkedin.com
Xpat Jobs brazil.xpatjobs.com
Ge Careers jobs.gecareers.com

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