The Brazil Business published an article that tries to answer some of the most common questions posed by many foreigners who come to Brazil, and want to stay longer, and one question includes – How can I find a job here?
Also stated in this article: “With the interdependence growing between nations worldwide, it’s becoming more and more common to find people following international careers. But while pursuing this goal, one question remains: is it really necessary to speak the language of the country I’m seeking to work in?”
The article highlights the work areas where you will need some basic Portuguese in order to function more productively, and also areas where you may not have to learn or use Portuguese as frequently.
Work activities where Portuguese is essential:
- Companies where not a single soul speaks English or other foreign languages.
- Human Relations
Working areas for Non-Portuguese speakers:
- Oil & Gas industry
- Information Technology
- Scientific research
- Academic research
- Teaching – native foreign language teachers
- Technicians in general
- Civil construction, Architecture and Design
To read more about each point highlighted above, click here.