How to find a job in Norway
Visit one of the Russian sites. which contain information on work in Europe (including Norway). For example, http://www.24ru.com. Review submitted on the website ads. Write down the contact details of employers and employment agencies. Call the listed phone numbers or email given in the ad to e-mail addresses. Agree about the working conditions. Please note: to get a working visa in Norway, you need to bring with you, a contract was signed. Even the seasonal workers are not eligible to work in the country without such permission.
Go to one of the English websites with job Postings. So, if you are looking for a job as nanny or governess, then be sure to visit the web page www.greataupair.com. But if you want to find a job (even while as a handyman) to one of the Norwegian oil and gas companies don't pass by the website www.infooil.com. Those who are looking to Norway any work in specialties that are in demand in this country, to try his luck, reading the ads on the page secure.jobbnorge.no.
If you, in addition to English, conversant in Norwegian, then you definitely should start with job search interpreter, as in the with the rapid development of business and cultural cooperation of Russia and Norway, these professionals are in high demand. In addition, if you, in addition to knowledge of the Norwegian language, a diploma from a prestigious profession, then you certainly should read the job ads, published in the Norwegian language. Visit sites www.monster.no or www.stillinger.no to find out what jobs are available for foreigners who speak the language,
To read the rules of residence of foreigners who resort to finding work in Norway, visit the English site http://www.doorwaytonorway.no (the company "Doors to Norway"). By the way. if you don't know the English language, be sure to finish at least a six-month language courses in order to up your chances of finding a good job in Norway (or other country) increased significantly.