The E-book How to Find a Job in the Czech Republic Launched

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Foreigners has launched a new project: an e-book in English advising on how to find a job in the Czech Republic. The Czech Republic is a very attractive country for expats in terms of career. With the lowest unemployment rate (2.7% in April 2019) in the European Union, it offers great job opportunities for people from all over the world.

However, not every person knows where and how to search for the job, which resources to use or how to deal with the job application. The e-book gives complete information in English so the job search becomes much easier and less time-consuming for expats.

“Our company has been providing various services for foreigners for nearly a decade. During that time, we got many requests and questions about employment in the Czech Republic. People from abroad are interested in building their career in this country. This is how the e-book was born,” says Andrea Tkačuková, the CEO and Co-founder of Foreigners. “We had been collecting information, interviewing expats and hiring consultants for more than 10 months. And now it is here – the ultimate guide which will save expats their time they would spend on googling and help them to find their dream job in our country.”

The e-book consists of such information as lists of recruitment agencies and employment websites, tips from HR consultants, hints on how to use social media for an effective job search, dates of the nearest job fair events, interviews with expats living in the Czech Republic and more!

“I have never worked in my homeland but there is more of a balance between work and life in the Czech Republic,” says Mansoor Azeem, a Pakistani expat who works at an international information technology company in Prague. “Here, work is part of your life, not your whole life. More people go on vacation here. In Pakistan, people work all the time and never take a break.”

The price of the e-book is 690 CZK. It can be bought here

Foreigners operate in 6 Czech cities (Brno, Prague, Olomouc, Pilsen, Hradec Králové, Ostrava). Their mission is to make expats feel at home in the Czech Republic. For more information about the wide range of their services visit their website


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