How to Find a Job in the Czech Republic: Social Media

In the modern world, many ways to find a job exist. The Internet opens its vast expanses for applicants. In addition to the well-known websites for job search and recruitment agencies, there is another slightly less popular way to find a job  – social networks. Online social network sites have become an essential forum to advertise your skills and allow you to establish your social brand, network with people online, identify job opportunities, and turn those leads into real-life job opportunities.

Temporary vs. Permanent Residence in the Czech Republic

What is the difference between temporary residence and permanent residence – is one of the most asked questions we get from our clients. Do you have to obtain health insurance? Can you buy a property or take a mortgage? In this article, we have arranged all the information regarding this topic, so you can have a clear view of it. So, let’s sort it out together!

How to Find a Job in the Czech Republic: Employment Websites

Applying for a job in the Czech Republic can serve as one of the real opportunities to move to this flourishing European country. Of course, people are confronted with the question of where to look for work? Nowadays, many things can be done via Internet – the job search is no exception. Read this article to learn more about finding a job in the Czech Republic!

How to Find a Job in the Czech Republic: Recruitment Agencies

Finding a job isn’t always an easy process… But whatever stage you’re at in your career, having the right people managing your job search can make it much easier. And one of the best resources you can take advantage of are recruitment agencies. Not certain how they actually work? Here is a quick guide to recruitment agencies, and a few tips to help get you started!

PR & Marketing Internship at Foreigners – from the Intern’s Point of View

I do not like to repeat what has been said already but I think it is appropriate to introduce myself. My name is Hana and I am studying in Denmark. I am a Czech citizen, but I needed a change, so I decided to move to another country, where I had never been before, to study.

Immigration Package for Students: Make Your Visit at the MOI Shorter

Today we are going to talk about one special place… It is not a touristic sight, however, it attracts many expats every year. According to Google data, people usually spend there from 2-5 hours every day… So, what is that special place you may ask? Today we will talk about the Ministry of the Interior (the MOI).

My Current Address in the Czech Republic: Can I Use It As a Permanent Address?

Have you ever been wondering whether you as an expat can put your current Czech address in different types of documents as a permanent address? Are you actually entitled to do that? In this article you’ll find out all your rights and duties regarding this topic.

A Cat from Poland? Be Aware of a New Type of Internet Scam

Nowadays the Internet has become an important part of people’s life. We use it for different purposes: entertainment, shopping, work, communication, others. However, all advantages of the virtual space could be used in a negative manner. In the Internet, everyone can become a target for criminal minds or fall for different types of online scams.