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The Job Search

As in most other countries, working in the Dominican Republic requires some determination. Search local newspapers like the Listín Diario for job ads. They are usually listed under "Empleos" but may also be scattered all over the paper. Be sure to skim through the entire newspaper to avoid missing an interesting post. If you come across ads which do not specifically state what the job is about, you should be suspicious. More often than not, these ads are for rather dubious jobs. Your embassy or consulate, as well as your country's chamber of commerce, might also have a list of businesses and companies looking for employees from your home country.

Employment agencies are another source which shouldn't be disregarded throughout your job search. You are usually not required to pay for their services. Do remember to take your CV and photographs along when visiting them to ensure the appointments go as efficiently and effectively as possible. One of the bigger employment agencies is G.A. Tavares & Asociados, which mostly deals with secretarial, managerial, and executive positions.

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