Another of the same thread

Discussion in 'Expat Life' started by studenttraveler, Jul 17, 2007.

  1. studenttraveler

    studenttraveler New Member

    But hopefully this time, with more positivity. I'm a 22 year old grad student in the US, who just spent a semester in Prague during undergrad. To say I fell in love would be a drastic understatement. I'm studying international development and trade policy, and I'll be done in two years. What I was wondering if anyone could tell me, is if Czech government jobs are open to non citizens? I'm not sure, and I'm thinking probably not, but I want to know. If I can't get something in that field, I'd probably do anything that wasn't IT, as i'm not trained in that field. Maybe if my Poli Sci degree doesn't help (which it won't), I'll pick some HTML and some C++ and make a go of it.
    Anyway, I hope to be there one day soon, and as a young person, I certainly don't mind austere conditions so don't bother saying I won't be making as much as I will in the US. Just want to know if what I was thinking was a possibility, and if not, what other kind of jobs are available. Thanks.

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