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    Hello,

    I'm in the process of moving to DR. I've done some research job opportunities in DR and realize is not going to be easy task finding a good job, but I'm determined to move. I've read most of threads in regards to employment in the DR. My question is, since I've not heard anyone mention it; Are recruiting companies in the DR a good way of starting out when searching for a job?

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    Exclamation Depends ...

    Hi. it depends on what your goals are ...

    if your going to santo domingo you must be fluent in spanish

    a famous recruit company is Addeco . They're in santiago also ..

    Rob

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    Try calling APS. They are a headhunting company here in Santo Domingo, but they be able to help you. Speak to Alicia, she is the president of the company.

    ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS- APS
    c/Haim Lopez-Penha #25(altos) Paraiso.
    Santo Domingo.

    Of: (809) 565-7853
    Cel: (809)630-8040
    [email protected]

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    Why are you determined to move with no job? Do you speak Spanish and how often have you been there outside of resorts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberto284
    Hi. it depends on what your goals are ...

    if your going to santo domingo you must be fluent in spanish

    a famous recruit company is Addeco . They're in santiago also ..

    Rob
    Hi,

    Thank you for the reply.

    My goals are to use my fluency in Spanish, which I speak very little of here in the US, and take advantage of utilizing my educational and professional background. Also, my wish has always been to live in DR and learn more about my country.

    I've heard of Adecco. I actually work accross the street from a office here in MA. Thank you for the advice and I will definitely look them up, when I go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricktoronto
    Why are you determined to move with no job? Do you speak Spanish and how often have you been there outside of resorts?
    I'm determined because it has been one of my goals. I wish I can move having a job secured, but unfortunately, I need to be there to be able to get any offer. I've already tried sending my resume to couple of jobs opening that I've seen, but like I've heard on some of these threads, the only way is to physically be there.

    Yes, I speak spanish, I'm dominican. Yes, I 've been there outside of resorts, because when I go I stay with family.

    Thanks for the reply.

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    Robert,

    Thanks for the information. I will follow-up with APS.

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    Why don't you post your CV here. You never know who's looking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert
    Why don't you post your CV here. You never know who's looking...

    Post it where? I already have it on www.aldaba.org.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcurls1972
    Post it where? I already have it on www.aldaba.org.
    Here on DR1, this is why with have an employmnet forum.

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