Its job board has few ads. I am thinking of searching jobs in Thailand in the future. But they are few and far between. I've been looking to offer priveate Spanish or English lessons, but I'm not sure where to advertise myself or where to look for potential students. And what do you think about Thailand being the place for a fresh start? Or you can read this article to find out more on. There are very few nonThai doctors though so understandably this information is tricky to find. In non-technical jobs, Westerners can expect higher salaries, whereas in tech careers salaries are often similar.
In the last decade, the number of 20-30 somethings relocating to Thailand has increased considerably. Hi, I am a very experienced aviation professional, 63 years old, in good health. Yes, I would focus on teaching, because it is my vocation, and my major is in education. You'll also make friends with the same interests. What is the going rate for salaries? Marketing is a Thai website — though in this case for the digital marketing crowd instead of the programmer community.
Remember though that the majority of these jobs are taken by Thai nationals and very few foreigners are employed in these positions because it would be difficult for a company to justify that this is a position a Thai national isn't capable of fulfilling. Is it technically something a local Thai business could offer, probably cheaper than you'd like to? There are also plenty of people, both Thai and foreign nationals, who will be willing to take your offer of money to set up a business or invest in some kind of business or scheme. If you are switching jobs: Experts point out that whenever you inform your superiors you are leaving your job, the route back again is most probably gone. These big companies are always looking for really good people, despite whether they have a job opening not. With this type of company you have to be proactive. The grass far away is not greener.
We are looking to relocate from South Africa. As for my partner, he has friends in the gym line in Bangkok, so we're less worried about him. We are able to advise on your next career move. Most companies need a good reason to choose you over a Thai. It changes from time-to-time and you never know. Thais would also be appointed at management level, unless the project is a new cross-rail project or something huge like that, where foreign engineers are brought in to oversee specific technical aspects of the job where expertise is required. I am planning to move Thailand and start small business.
Note that right now since it's an internship I am making very little 20,000 baht. Hope to hear from you soon : Hi,Many congratulations for the useful piece of thread that you have here. I don't have a degree and I'm 50. Hi Michael, sorry to hear about your bad experience. My former marketing manager now went ahead and started an agency to provide that service to other companies. I would be looking at continuing my trade over there.
If you come from one of the surrounding Asian nations, you could work in hospitality, customer service, and reception. It's a 4 to 1 ratio in Thailand. Health Checkups: is considered one of the best private hospitals for health checkups because of the quality of healthcare they provide. No employer is reading this blog looking for employees so you won't be contacted. It's very hot, so be prepared. My main question though is will I be able to teach English in private sector without getting my history checked? However, the pay would be so low I doubt it would be worthwhile for any Western foreign national to be employed in such a position. The problem is that I don't think I will make it to University, if I don't make it I'm planning on moving back to Thailand when I'm 18.
I have travelled and am travelling my whole life. Tamirat, if you speak English like you write English, then I don't think teaching English is the right direction for you. Not so beautiful, but not so bad. Become a Freelance Writer If you're handy with words, there's money to made as a freelance writer on sites like And if you're prepared to earn your reputation, it could bag you a lot more than being a teacher in Thailand. I'm a licensed Massage Therapist of over 5 years, and fitness advisor with a Bobybuilding and some martial arts background.
At this moment, I'm seeking for a tourism -related job in Thailand. Thanks again and I hope to connect with you! But postings for mid- to senior management level jobs do exist. At the moment I am working as duty manager in London. Then your employer will sort out the work permit for you. Thanks so much for the info! Salary: Attractive Additional Benefits: Attractive Company Profile Executive recruitment company Monroe Consulting Group Thailand is recruiting on behalf of an international bank in Thailand. Can you send me your details so we can work out closely also.
Currently Managing 1 of the top Seafood restaurants in Uk. After working at Thomson Reuters for 7 years, he decided to move from Manila to Bangkok. But know this: There are thousands of foreign nationals in Thailand who initially had the same dream of living and working in Thailand, or somewhere else in Asia, but didn't have a clue what they would do for work. There are plenty of writing jobs available all over the web. Most of these leave from Don Muang I believe.
Our respected client is seeking a. Whether an employer pays different nationality different wages for the same job depends on the employer. This one is for two months. Appreciate a response and beers if I land on the ground : Hi Peter, I think such positions are rare. Hi Michael I see your post I'm a fully qualified chef from Sydney Australia I'm looking to relocate to thiland and work I have owned my own cafe restaurant in Syd before but I'm finding it difficult to find work in Thailand in the hospitality sector can you give me some pointers , Also how much you looking to rent your place for and can it be changed from Bavarian , What are the over heads? These meets are a great way to connect with like-minded individuals with whom you can mutually open doors.