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VincentVanGogh
9/26/2017 02:42 EST

I'm a youngish (25) American. I have experience in warehouse work, banking, and culinary skills. If I want to leave my country, is Belize a viable country to do so? I have a college education but very little investment potential. I know rudimentary Spanish and I have a passport. How hard would it be me to find a job a live a basic lifestyle in Belize?

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katzgar
9/26/2017 06:54 EST

jobs are reserved for belizeans, you could start a business. Spanish is of little use in an english speaking country although many do speak it

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terrific
9/27/2017 02:45 EST

Short answer probably not going to be viable. unless you can bring enough cash to either keep you for a year or so while obtaining a work permit or enough to buy into a business (still need the work permit)
If you had some needed skills within Belize there could be a possibility.
What would you consider a basic lifestyle and could you do it on the wages of less than $2us an hour or about $15 to $20us per day your unskilled work would warrant. Belize is an english speaking country officialy even if for a very large part of the population it is not the language used within the home. Sorry this sounds like Debbie Downer but Belize is a very poor country and as such is not likely to be suited to your needs.

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