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The question is a bit blurry, perhaps, but I’m not sure how to make it more narrow-minded.
The situation is this: a few years ago already lived in Europe, for work for several years, then the visa ended, went to Canada. I’m thinking about trying to return to Europe. Spain from all options seems to me the most attractive place: the climate, the sun, the sea, a more relaxed way of life, an interesting language.
It is interesting to listen to real opinions of people living there: what are the cons and pros?
Having the experience of living in foreign countries, I know that always something with something does not converge, it is necessary to reconcile. Someone can, some do not. Therefore it is interesting to know that in terms of what is hard, what strains – the mentality? heat? Low wages? southern Spaniards, always screaming for our women? Spanish is hard to learn? How is the attitude of the Spaniards to foreigners? something else.
It is also interesting if someone has some information or experience about working in the IT field, an opportunity to find work in this area from the outside, prospects, etc.
Thanks for the feedback in advance.
depends on what you are looking for, what you like. I really like spain, live in Madrid, I like food, the city, cleanliness, people, prices, weather, well, this is MY city.
For example, in Canada I tried to get a job for a year, I even had to change my profile a little. This is given that in Europe before that I found a job quickly and even without knowledge of local languages.
Therefore, in terms of the crisis, it is now everywhere difficult to say.
In any case, I consider the option only after a couple of years, just prepare (to learn the language and so on) in advance, so I find out now, I’m trying to probe the soil.
Maybe for a couple of years the situation with work will improve in Spain.
In any case, I’m interested in different aspects of life.
You like it here, you see.
With regard to the heat: not all of Spain – heat. and not always. I would select at least 6 climatic zones with different climates (I do not know how many of them are officially), it’s worth choosing.
Language to teach up to the normal level, which allows you to communicate normally and solve problems – well, at least two years, if you are fairly easy to give.
I will answer according to your paragraphs.
Not rich, but happy – it’s good. Not in money, in principle, happiness, the main thing is not to beg.
What kind of salaries in IT are you talking about, if you are aware of the topic of course? I’m interested in the order of prices, the level of demand for the profession. To go to work as a waiter, of course, I do not smile – all these good stages I have already passed and more than once, so if you go, then a specialist.
I saw Spanish job sites, the only salary that I found on my topic was about 35,000 euros per year (about 3 a month it turns out to be dirty), but I do not know how much this is the “average” salary.
Plus, do not forget that it’s always worth considering not only the level of salaries, but also the level of embezzlement. In Canada, you, as in Europe, for 100 bucks on airplanes do not fly anywhere.
About the climate I understood about, thank you. I aim at Barcelona, in principle, there are most IT jobs, judging by the sites. Plus, a big city with opportunities, not one tourism.
Problems of documents, of course, will concern. The residence permit will also have to receive, wait, sit an visa – where to go.
a very good IT person even without a Spanish will be taken, and Spanish can be taught in the course of the matter, at will. it all depends on the firm.
in Barca, everyone will speak with you in Spanish and even in English. in Madrid with English worse.
another thing is that it is not realistic for a foreigner, not at least now, to find a job for a foreigner – because of a long awful sleep with papers and a work permit. and half of the vacancies in Barcelona, which, as it were, publish a lot on the websites, turn out to be fake.
comforting answer at least a little. and how do you know about the Spanish Aichi, if not secret? I look at it, that you seem to be not from that topic.
why are vacancies in barcelona linden? I looked at this site, it seems –
IMHO, the only correct way out for you is to look for work on remote control in the same Canada, go here, learn the language and simultaneously feel the ground. Everything is bad now in Spain, but it will be better, and people with brains will find a way out even in this difficult situation.
Well, I looked at the site tecnoempleo.com – vacancies in almost 90% and come across my area only barcelona and madrid, but I personally like barcelona (our sea is everything).
about the language I agree, without language in the country to live very hard and miserable. as far as I understand, Spanish is not enough, you still need to learn Catalan to live fully in the area of barcelona. this is certainly an extra problem – two languages instead of one suddenly.
thanks for the advice, I would almost like to – find a job offer remotely from Canada in barcelona and come with work, roughly speaking. this is the best option, if feasible of course. in the employer’s plan, do you mean that they do not help with anything, neither with a visa nor with a work permit, etc.? usually in such cases, large employers almost all the docks themselves are preparing, just come. but as you do not know of course.
about the crisis, too, agrees, but I hope that he will blowjob in the end .. I’m going to be in a couple of years anyway, just probing the ground, it’s interesting to know what are the chances of getting into the country on normal conditions through work and not starting to learn a spanish.
By the way, I’m not a programmer or administrator, I’m a quality assurance analyst. you are somehow connected with aichi?
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What do you like so much, if not secret? what do you do?