How to find a job in Turkey
Refer to one of the many Internet sites offering jobs abroad, including in Turkey. For example, on www.karier.net, www.insankaynakları.com, www.yenibiris.com. Be careful and cautious, as the high-paying job mentioned in the ad may just be a lure for inexperienced girls and young people.
Pay attention to the amount of salary offered by employment agents. If it exceeds $ 500 (with meals and accommodation), then this should already seem suspicious to you, since a person without knowledge of languages, higher education and work experience abroad will hardly be paid more for any more or less decent work.
If you know English and Turkish and you have a higher education, but you do not have experience abroad, do not agree to offers with a salary higher than $ 700, so as not to fall for scammers. If the employer (or his representative) starts bargaining because of the payment for accommodation or offers you to buy a ticket to Turkey on your own, curtail communication with this person. Most likely, you will end up paying nothing 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, negotiate only with those employers who agree to conclude an urgent labor contract with you, indicating all the conditions of cooperation and get you permission to work in Turkey.
For inexperienced beginners between the ages of 18 and 25, it’s best to contact agencies that train and employ animators, maids and other hotel staff. Those who have already worked abroad should think about getting a higher education in the specialties “Tourism Manager”, “Hotel Administrator”, etc. Unfortunately, so far only such specialists have a chance without protection and connections to get a permanent job in Turkey.