Expat work guide: Jobs in Moscow
Here's a guide to finding work in Moscow, from getting a work permit to understanding Russian business culture.
Employment and trends
Looking for work in Moscow? Expatica Moscow covers everything you need to know about expat employment in your new country of residence, from work permits to managing business culture in the 'Wild East' and Doing business in Russia.
Women expats are happier at work according to an Expatica survey of over 450 women living abroad, although opportunities for promotion and low wages continue to trouble women expats at work. According to Expatica's European employment survey, female expats based in Spain are the happiest, followed by Belgium and France. Expatica's Employment & Trends channel covers specific issues faced by women working abroad in articles such as Women at work: Making and taking opportunities and Ladies, it's time to start your business!
Teaching English as a foreign language
Teaching English, which for some working expats is a way of making ends meet when they first arrive abroad, can turn into a full-time occupation. Read articles A passport to expat life to be inspired.
European human resources news roundup
Our monthly updates from the Federation of European Employers (FedEE) inform on changes in EU employment law, key judgments from the European Court of Justice and national labour courts, income tax and pension reforms, pay agreements, company-level HR policies and trade union activities.
Don't forget to use our job search function, which lists a variety of jobs throughout the country.
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