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Mba3gar
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I am trying to find a development job in Europe is like someone trying to find a gold mine in desert

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    Where in Europe and do you have a working permit already (assuming you are no EU citizen)
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    As @Codex404 mentioned, we need more details.

    Just a quick reminder that "Europe" is not a country. There a re lots of different laws depending on where you are trying to get a job.
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    So there are gold mines in deserts 3 meters apart?
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    And that's why the government wants to import more web developers even though where I live we're like prostitutes, i.e one on every street corner...
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    @Codex404 no i don't have is it hard to get a work permit ?
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    @cervantes01 but as linkedin you can find jobs like crazy but no one call :(
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    @smb26 i have the required skills but need them to call
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    @Mba3gar Where are you from? A lot of companies won't touch you if you don't already have a permit just easier to get someone that already got one compared to help you get one after you have been hired.
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    @TheDane I am from Lebanon, Beirut. Do you think i have to mention it in my cv ? They didn't even call and ask me for the permit
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    @Mba3gar they probably assume you have it already.
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    @Mba3gar yeah, you should mention that in your CV. Like the other guy wrote they probably assume you got it already.

    What kind of jobs did you apply for? Remote or at location? If it isn't remote I do understand why they never called you. There is a lot of work going into hiring somebody which isn't allowed to work before getting the permit.

    To be honest my advice would be move first and then find a job but I also know this is a very difficult task.
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    @TheDane i think that's the best decision to move first then find a job but it needs very hard dedication and luck
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    @Codex404 yes you are right
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