How to find a job in Turkey
Contact one of the many Internet sites offering work abroad, including in Turkey. For example, on www.karier.net, www.insankaynakları.com, www.yenibiris.com. Be attentive and cautious, as the highly paid work described in the announcement can be just a bait for inexperienced girls and young people.
Pay attention to the amount of salary offered by employment agents. If it exceeds $ 500 (with food and accommodation), then it should already seem suspicious to you, since a person without knowledge of languages, higher education and work experience abroad for any kind of decent work is unlikely to pay more.
If you know English and Turkish and you have a higher education, but do not yet have work experience abroad, do not settle for offers with salaries above $ 700, so as not to fall for the bait of scammers. If the employer (or his representative) starts bargaining for accommodation fees or offers you to buy a ticket to Turkey on your own, turn off communication with this person. Most likely, you, in the end, do not pay anything at all.
Before you fly to Turkey as an employee, be sure to get a work visa at the Turkish consulate or embassy. Without it, in this country you may have problems with the law. Therefore, only negotiate with those employers who agree to enter into a fixed-term employment contract with all the conditions for cooperation and obtain a work permit for you in Turkey.
Inexperienced beginners aged 18 to 25 are best dealt with by agencies involved in the training and employment of animators, maids and other hotel personnel. Those who have already worked abroad, it is worth thinking about getting higher education in the specialties of "tourism manager", "hotel administrator", etc. Unfortunately, only such specialists have a chance to get permanent work in Turkey without patronage and connections.