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Reykjavik
Added on 12/02/2024
USD 1200
Housekeeper / Dog Sitter
David Norminton
Permanent contract
Surat Thani
Added on 08/02/2024
THB 18000
Everything you need to know to work in Thailand
Starting a business in Thailand
Thailand is the second-largest economy in Southeast Asia and the 24th-largest economy in the world. It offers lots of business opportunities — but for an expat, these are hidden under layers of paperwork and complicated registration procedures.  
Working in Chiang Mai
The ethnic diversity, breathtaking scenery, and a multitude of festivals and attractions in Chiang Mai attract more and more foreigners every year. Blessed with pristine mountains, waterfalls and rivers, Chiang Mai is a nature lover's paradise and offers numerous activities — from trekking and rafting to cooking and massage courses.
Working in Pattaya
Pattaya may not be as idyllic as some of Thailand's other beach destinations, but it is still one of the most popular thanks to the wide variety of activities, accommodation, and pulsating nightlife options that it offers. Located a mere 150km southeast of Bangkok, its easy access makes it a well-frequented beach resort, and many expats living in the capital head to Pattaya to windsurf, waterski, play golf, snorkel, or sail to nearby islands. Due to the large number of expatriates living in Pattaya, there is also an excellent selection of authentic foreign eateries.
Finding work in Bangkok
Bangkok is Thailand's capital and biggest city. Every year, over 22 million people visit Bangkok. Some come to see the city's sights and indulge in some Michelin-starred Tom Yum. Others are here in search of work opportunities.
Working in Thailand
Although some jobs aren't permitted to foreigners in Thailand, there is still an array of career opportunities in this rapidly developing South-East Asian nation. Certain sectors are easier for foreigners to find jobs in — notably tourism and teaching — but if you can prove you have required skills that are difficult to find locally, then opportunities in other sectors are also likely to be available to you.
Internships in Thailand
If you are a self-motivated individual with good communication skills and a strong command of English, then doing an internship in Thailand is a great way to develop and apply academic knowledge to the realities of day-to-day life in modern business. The practical skills you will gain can give you a head start in pursuing your career, and international work experience will look great on your CV. An internship can also contribute to your academic credits if you are still enrolled at university and help you make valuable industry contacts for your future.
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