When the decision is made to go to work in the Netherlands, there is only one question left to solve: whether to use the services of a temporary employment agency or go on your own. Undoubtedly, both strategies have their pros and cons. Find out which ones!
Find out everything you need to start working in the Netherlands!
Looking for a job is not an easy thing and we can’t promise that you will find one overnight. Sometimes you have to wait a long time for a really interesting job offer, and recruitments can drag on for months If you have already decided to change jobs-we will give you some hints on what will help you quickly and effectively find a job in the Netherlands right away.
Working in the Netherlands has become an attractive way for thousands of Poles to solve their financial problems and hope for a better start. Roughly one-third of the people going to work in the Netherlands are couples. Temporary employment agencies include in their offerings jobs aimed at couples. We have written about how to find job opportunities in the Netherlands for couples before on our blog. Take a peek at Dutch gardening jobs for couples.
Folk wisdom says it’s better to protect yourself. To know how, you must first know against what! The season is beginning, when interest in additional work is growing. Poles, encouraged by high salaries, are increasingly deciding to take up work in the Netherlands (it happens that this is their first trip abroad).
Are you interested in horticultural work in the Netherlands? We suggest when to plan your trip to make the most money
Among Poles planning to travel to the Netherlands for work, those seeking employment in horticulture are in the majority. The industry does not require specialized skills and language skills, while offering attractive salaries. We suggest when to plan a trip to the Netherlands to hit full season.
For the most part, recruitment for jobs in the Netherlands follows a single pattern. Before it is carried out, the candidate should submit his or her application for employment in the form of a resume. Whether it is an immediate job in the Netherlands or employment preceded by several recruitment stages, the recruitment itself is subject to a single scheme.
The Netherlands in the European labor market is known primarily for the most attractive vacancies in the horticultural sector. They are offered mostly in the form of seasonal employment. Precisely for this reason, they represent for many – primarily young people and those with permanent jobs in the country – an ideal activity during the vacations.
The Netherlands has a much lower unemployment rate than Poland. High wages combined with an unaffordable cost of living and a well-developed welfare system (for the unemployed, among others) are in favor of seeking employment there. Today we suggest how to get started in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands tempts with low unemployment, a plethora of offers and opportunities to earn a lot of money. What to know about the local market to make the trip turn out as favorable as possible for us.
The Netherlands is famous for having the lowest unemployment among EU countries, strict enforcement of labor rights and high wages (minimum wages there are raised every six months). Not surprisingly, the local market is of great interest to Poles. Today we have prepared a short guide, from which you will learn exactly what it is like to work and live in the Netherlands.