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Highly recommended worker (Dhaka resident) available for project management, computer work, animal care, errands, fixing, cleaning, moving, you name it. Intelligent and educated, kind and trustworthy. I have known this young man for 12 years and can provide a reference.
If you are interested, write to me about Waheed Zobair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What advice would you give someone preparing to move to your area about the actual move, choosing a neighborhood and finding a home?
Set right expectations. Visit Dhaka first before you decide. Try in May to July when families are ending contracts. Check for mold. Check the water supply. Check any possibility that a construction project may start nearby. If there are one floor houses around, the risk is high that a 6 to 10 floor building will start below your window. By the time it reaches your windows you can touch it by hand. This is close together they build their buildings. Check in clubs. There are lots of info posted there. Check Deshperate in Dhaka on Facebook too. (Continue)
i say this because chiropractic treatments have significantly reduced my migraines and neck pain. i prefer to avoid prescriptions when alternatives work just as well
or as in this case, better. thank you.
I am a US citizen moving to Dhaka and graduating with my MD degree next year. Just wondering if it is better for me to find a job if I stay in the US for residency or if there are residency programs in Dhaka that I should do? What are the steps in working as a doctor in Dhaka?