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Where Can I work in Europe

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Saleh Bagaeen
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Hi All,

I hold a Bulgarian passport ....Where in Europe am I allowed to work .

I’d appreciate it if anybody can shed some light on this issue.


Thanks


Saleh Bagaeen

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Most of the jobs on the site appear to be in the EU. Yes.

All recruiters have arrived on the site as a result of a PPer having contacted the recruiter and advised them of this sites free service.

We need planners from all countries and regions to advise recruiters of our free service.

For example, if we get some recruiters from the Netherlands on-board, we will start to see more Netherland-based job opportunities being posted.

This site is as good as we collectively choose to make it and volunteers are always welcome to help with a variety of topics.

Effort In = Results.

Regards...PP Team.
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Hi,
I think the Job Page on this website is exclusively addressing to the planners with EU status, the others got no chance to get a job within EU area. It’s not about qualification/skills, but it’s about nationality, am I right!? I don’t wanna be gruffly, it’s just an opinion!
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Shahzad Munawar
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No. You will have to get Work Permit to work in Europe