posted Holiday Events & Expat Gatherings in Angola
on the Angola forum on December 04, 2013:
replied to the thread Tax obligations
on the Angola forum:
I am a Namibian Citizen looking to work in offshore angola, and I really don't know my tax obligations, any help please?
This is for Namibiandiver
Please email me: email@example.com and I would help you out about your tax obligation.
I am a Portuguese young man (28yrs old) and I'm about to finish my Masters in Electronics Engineering. I have to say that I was born in Angola and moved to Portugal to study. So regarding the visa and all that I'm ok.
While studying, I was working as an Electronics Technician, for 7yrs now.
Finishing my studies, it's time to move forward and get a better position. I'd like to work in a Oil&Gas company. However I have very little information about this.
Can someone here tell me how are the jobs perspective for this industry in Angola and which are the best companies to work? Are they receptive to recent graduates (however I have 7yrs of experience, but not as Engineer directly)? How much can I expect to earn?
Since you have dual-citizenship, I believe things would be a bit easier for you.
On future salary I think that will depend in which company you be working for in Angola such as: Chevron Angola, Total Angola and so on.
On job prospects if you would earned a Masters in Electronics you would be fine.
The job market it´s still good for people who have earned their degrees.
Nevertheless, most companies pay more according to the experience you have now or in the near future.
The Car is still very clean,just 6month old with full options.No accident history,low mileage and perfect fuel consumptionand just like new because i barely use it interested buyer should Contact me on:firstname.lastname@example.org
I am coming to Angola soon.If you still have the car then email me.