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seeking job in education or cultural area .

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iam a teacher since 1998 in primary school in Morocco . i do teach till now the basic french and mathematic for kids aged between 10 and 16 years .

i have a good experience on teaching eldery poeple .
iam a big fan of science and i do translate articles from both english and french languages to arabic . iam a noun believer .

so if anyone can give advice of how i can get a job in Switzerland i will appriciate his or her help .

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Re: seeking job in education or cultural area .

Welcome to the forum, but I'm afraid I cannot hold out much hope for you. As a non-EU national you come last in the hiring queue behind Swiss/EU nationals so unless your skills/experience are exceptional or you can fill a niche in the marketplace it simply isn't going to happen. And from what you list as your skills I see no possibility of being able to get a job here as there are plenty of Swiss/EU nationals who can do these things.

For your information this is what any employer has to do to be able to hire a non-EU national.

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...zulassung.html

The rules will be similar in other EU countries too I'm afraid.
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Old 18.11.2015, 08:27
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I don't believe in nouns .... it's all about the verbs
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I'm guessing the OP is also agnostic on capital letters. Although they are a strong believer in paragraphs.
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Re: seeking job in education or cultural area .

Partypoopers!

OP - the competition is fierce, and even aside of the legal permit situation, both local and international educational institutions usually prefer the local pool of experts.

Now - the grammar pedants are correct in pushing for better quality presentation. If you do decide to contact local schools in any environment, have your work proofread, there is no shame in doing so. I don't assume you present in the mode you casually write online, just making a little friendly suggestion.
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Welcome to the forum, but I'm afraid I cannot hold out much hope for you. As a non-EU national you come last in the hiring queue behind Swiss/EU nationals so unless your skills/experience are exceptional or you can fill a niche in the marketplace it simply isn't going to happen. And from what you list as your skills I see no possibility of being able to get a job here as there are plenty of Swiss/EU nationals who can do these things.

For your information this is what any employer has to do to be able to hire a non-EU national.

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...zulassung.html

The rules will be similar in other EU countries too I'm afraid.
thanks a lot for your advice .

i knew that it will be so hard for a non-EU to apply for anyjob there . iam trying to find a right way to immigrate and maybe with my skills languages i hope if i can find any interesting offer there especially with the rise of immigrants .
anyway thanks a lot .

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I'm guessing the OP is also agnostic on capital letters. Although they are a strong believer in paragraphs.
thank you .

i just figure out what i wrote and i couldn't stop laughing on that . maybe ,you can discuss philosophically the big issue about believing either in nouns or verbes .

should i start to creat a new religion ?

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Partypoopers!

OP - the competition is fierce, and even aside of the legal permit situation, both local and international educational institutions usually prefer the local pool of experts.

Now - the grammar pedants are correct in pushing for better quality presentation. If you do decide to contact local schools in any environment, have your work proofread, there is no shame in doing so. I don't assume you present in the mode you casually write online, just making a little friendly suggestion.
thank you indeed for your suggestion . i didnt contact any school yet i was trying to get some information and to know the immigration ruls in Sw.

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thank you .

i just figure out what i wrote and i couldn't stop laughing on that . maybe ,you can discuss philosophically the big issue about believing either in nouns or verbes .

should i start to creat a new religion ?
Just on a side, the religion has been created.

Interestingly enough, languages do have strong preferences, for verb use or noun, etc. It is a field in linguistics, some languages are heavy in action or a path, have a massive word stock of verbs, while others focus on descriptions, prefer stocking on nouns and working on descriptive nuances, etc.
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hi everyone :
iam a teacher since 1998 in primary school in Morocco . i do teach till now the basic french and mathematic for kids aged between 10 and 16 years .
i have a good experience on teaching eldery poeple .
iam a big fan of science and i do translate articles from both english and french languages to arabic . iam a noun believer .
so if anyone can give advice of how i can get a job in Switzerland i will appriciate his or her help .
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the grammar pedants are correct in pushing for better quality presentation. If you do decide to contact local schools in any environment, have your work proofread, there is no shame in doing so. I don't assume you present in the mode you casually write online, just making a little friendly suggestion.
Hi there. Welcome to the Forum.
MusicChick has a VERY valid point here. I wouldn't look on it as a 'little friendly suggestion' though. You say in your profile that you are 'easy going'. As a person looking for a job in education and doing translations of whatever kind, 'easy going' is not the sort of personal quality the Swiss are usually looking for. Practicing your English by checking your spelling, using correct grammar and punctuation will stand you in good stead. Giving the impression of happy-go-lucky - 'on a Forum it doesn't matter anyway', is not really helpful.
This forum is not a good place to practice your English though. Not that you won't get corrected but reading other people's posts may not have the outcome you would hope for. Many on here are not native English speakers and their use of language is sometimes -er 'unusual'.

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Just on a side, the religion has been created.
A case in point. I would have preferred, "By the way, the religion you are referring to has already been 'created'".
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Just on a side, the religion has been created.

Interestingly enough, languages do have strong preferences, for verb use or noun, etc. It is a field in linguistics, some languages are heavy in action or a path, have a massive word stock of verbs, while others focus on descriptions, prefer stocking on nouns and working on descriptive nuances, etc.
the complexity of our languages was the most relevant element that differ us from other being . all languistic schools agreed on the importance of our languages eventhough their discussions .yet ,you can find many philosophers who argue about the reality of our words and their existance . Roland Omnès in his last book if i remember : Quantum Philosophy , talked about this piont of view and it relation with our perspective and our ability to recognize the world .

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