#LifeInCzechia Are you seeking a job in the Czech Republic and want to make a lasting impression on potential employers? A well-crafted motivational letter can be your key to securing a job interview. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of writing an impactful motivational letter that highlights your skills, experiences, and passion. By the end of this article, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge to write a compelling letter that increases your chances of getting noticed and invited for an interview.
#LifeInCzechia Public transport is cheap, environment friendly, and efficient… But there is nothing like the freedom of just driving your car directly to your destination. Plus, a car is a necessity in secluded areas, for families with children, and for overall comfort. It can also help you get a job! What do you need to do to obtain one? Find out in our article!
#LifeInCzechia I am currently a senior at Pennsylvania State University as a Telecommunications Major with a Digital Media Trends and Analytics Minor through the Bellisario College of Communications. I grew up the daughter of a Marine and had the opportunity to travel to twenty countries, more than half of the United States, and I lived in Okinawa, Japan for two and a half years. During this final Summer before I graduate in December I decided to intern with Foreigners.cz in Brno. I studied abroad last Summer in Brno for six weeks and in that time fell in love with the city, culture, and people. Through that experience I realized that I want to work and live outside of the United States after I graduate.
#LifeInCzechia Have you relocated to the Czech Republic on the basis of your partnership or marriage? If so, you should know that your permit is dependent on your relationship with your partner or spouse. Therefore, your permit automatically becomes invalid In case of a breakup or a divorce. Which permits and visas does this involve? And what to do if this happens to you? Find out in the following article.
#LifeInCzechia Are you looking for a way to earn more money in your free time? Or a new full-time job? Become an Uber driver. You will be your own boss and get to know every corner of Prague, Brno, or other Czech cities from behind the wheel. On top of that, you will get the chance to meet people from all around the world. Let’s have a look at the requirements!
#ImmiUpdatesCzechia Are you planning on moving to Czechia to pursue a highly-qualified job? Maybe you’re coming here on a residence permit known as the blue card. From 1 May 2023, new blue card holders are required to have a monthly gross salary of a minimum of 60 530 CZK. This is because the average annual salary in Czechia has gone up. And watch out, this new salary is also valid for some applications submitted through programmes of economic migration before 1 May.
Are you a freelancer wanting to work for clients from all over the world from a cozy office in the Czech mountains? You may have been told by someone that you can if you apply for a “digital nomad visa”. You may have also been told that it is basically the same thing as a Czech business visa. Well, watch out, because both these statements are completely incorrect. Let us clarify the matters.
Looking for your next job in Brno? After a one-year break due to the coronavirus pandemic, the popular career networking event dedicated to expats and bilingual job seekers is back. JobSpin Multilingual Job Fair Powered by Brno Daily invites all expats and multilingual job seekers to come and market their professional skills to recruiters. Professionals, students, and graduates are welcome. Plus, we will be there with a stand to offer you a free consultation about your expat-related issues.
Considering the current epidemiological situation, deadlines for filing the income tax return have been postponed until May 3 for paper fillers and June 1 for electronic ones. However, some other submitting deadlines can still change throughout the year depending on the development of the coronavirus crisis in the Czech Republic.