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The jobs that are the most in-demand for expats in Hungary

Hello,

We invite you to share some information regarding the job market for expats in Hungary. This information will be incredibly helpful to anyone considering moving there, so we're very grateful for your contribution.

What are the types of jobs that are easily accessible to expats in Hungary?

What are the ones most in-demand for expats?

Which industry and/or jobs have limited workforce?

Are there any existing surveys, data, or reports done regarding this topic?

Thank you for sharing your experience.

Priscilla

It's very difficult to get an "ordinary" job in Hungary unless you speak Hungarian.  Just being able to speak English is not sufficient. 

The obvious exception to that rule as a job is teaching English but a lot of jobs would demand multiple languages - English and Hungarian (and nice to have German) are just about the minimum.

Most English speaking expats will have come from places with higher salaries than Hungary, so that makes it even harder to survive on local salaries.

Internationally,  the obvious industries are IT and telecoms or those involving cross border trading like transport or shipping.

Sorry, I can't help with any of these questions.

Sport couching
Truck driving
Teaching

Freelance Street Performer (Acrobat)
Freelance Street Performer (Fire-eater)
Freelance Street Performer (Mime Artist)
Freelance Street Performer (Living Statue)
Freelance Horse Performer (Trick Horseman)
Freelance Street Performer (Clown - scary/non-scary/creepy*)
Freelance Movie Extra*
Freelance Lookalike (Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Liz Taylor etc)*

*edited to add creepy clown, film extra and lookalike

fluffy2560 :

Freelance Street Performer (Clown - scary/non-scary)

All clowns are scary.  :unsure

atomheart :
fluffy2560 :

Freelance Street Performer (Clown - scary/non-scary)

All clowns are scary.  :unsure

Agreed. 

It's called Coulrophobia.

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