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smaboud
11/27/2017 08:40 EST

Hey guys,

We are planing to move in Russia with my wife and 3 years old daughter. We were living and working in China for 15 years. I have been teaching kindergarteners in Shanghai for 15 years.

I have lots of concerns about moving to Russia though i love the country. Been there many times as a tourist. Your answers to my questions will be highly appreciated.

1- How hard is for non-natives English speakers to find a job there?

2- What are the most popular job markets among foreigners?

3- Is it hard to find a teaching or school management jobs?

4- How foreigners are welcomed in Russia?

Thanks

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