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dependent willing to work at zurich

hi all
i arrived zurich 1 and 1/2 month back as dependent(no WORK PERMIT)
i know only english ,i have good exeperince in teaching (Computer Science for Post Graduate students in INDIA)

i am willing to work here (english speaking jobs)

can u tell me how to get work permit?

do i need to mandatory-ly learn german to work here?


how to approach job agencies? and do i need to change my entire resume ?

i am intrested in part-time jobs also(like in supermarkets at billing counters like that)




if anyone can help me it would be nice
thank u all

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Re: dependent willing to work at zurich

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hi all
i arrived zurich 1 and 1/2 month back as dependent(no WORK PERMIT)
i know only english ,i have good exeperince in teaching (Computer Science for Post Graduate students in INDIA)

i am willing to work here (english speaking jobs)

can u tell me how to get work permit?

do i need to mandatory-ly learn german to work here?


how to approach job agencies? and do i need to change my entire resume ?

i am intrested in part-time jobs also(like in supermarkets at billing counters like that)




if anyone can help me it would be nice
thank u all


EU and non-EU Permits, Schengen, Naturalisation. -> about working permits and all that stuff. I don't know how it works but maybe it can be much easier if your husband has such a permit. I'm not from India but in my case my employer applied for my working permit.

I guess nobody will tell you that you MUST learn German and will give you any deadline but it's really helpful and people appreciate when even when you don't speak their language you make the effort to learn. And, of course after some time, when your language skills are good enough, it's always nice to put it in your CV, don't you think?

Job agencies? I'm not sure if we talk about the same thing but I just found the nearest agencies in my city like Manpower, Randstad, registered online, went personally, not only to find job offers but to ask for advice about my resume, if there is anything more I can improve.

And the last but not the least: there is a lot of people on EF from India, I guess they can help you much more. But I believe when you will do some research here, you'll find a lot of useful information and answers to all your questions.

Good luck with your new start!
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