Category: Jobs

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Digital Nomad Visas: 13 and More Options For Remote Workers

How would you like to spend your workday swinging on a hammock overlooking the ocean? How about taking your meetings and phone calls while admiring medieval cathedrals and castles out your window? What about spending your lunch break tasting new foods and local delicacies? To many people, living and working in another country may seem…
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Post Graduate Employment for International Students

Post-study work rights for international students have been restricted since 2012, when the then-Home Secretary Theresa May reduced the amount of time international students could stay in the UK after graduation to just four months. This era of tough restrictions seems to be over as on the 11 September 2019, as the UK Government announced…
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International Students, Tier 4, Culinary Schools, UK, Chefs. Hospitality

Heads Up International Students! Find Out The Top UK Culinary Schools

So you have this big dream.   You have this big picture in your head: the sound of sizzling food in your pan, or the calm and steady sound of a mixer constantly creating beautiful batter, or the chaotic but exhilarating feeling of being inside of busy kitchen, great smells of food in the air,…
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Chef Job - chef visa uk work permit

You’re a Skilled Chef (or Aspiring to be)? The UK Needs You!

From amazing attractions such as Big Ben in London, cool castles, fascinating buildings, awesome parks and museums, Harry Potter, as well as deep-rooted culture, UK has attracted people from all over the world. If you’re interested in finding a job in UK and couldn’t wait to start a new life in UK, there’s one possible…
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Health Workers

Immigrant Health Workers in the UK

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)  has found that Britain relies more heavily on foreign health workers than any other major EU nation. Its International Migration Outlook 2015 revealed that more than a third of NHS doctors – 35.4 per cent – were born overseas, compared with just 5 per cent in Italy, 10.7…
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