Working in Saudi Arabia

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Re: Working in Saudi Arabia

Postby yuli » 12 Jul 2011, 19:44

trubadour wrote:I heard it is not safe on the streets as a white person. True?
I heard foreigners have to live in compounds. How much does that suck?

You could read what has been posted in this thread. :wink:
How long does it take to get a visa there?

The hiring entities can/will tell you that.
Google is your friend: search terms "teaching English" and "Saudi Arabia" will bring up enough stuff to keep anybody busy...
http://www.eslfocus.com/articles/teachi ... a-508.html
PS: The site linked here mentions that single women cannot go to S.A. - that does not match the fact that i met several single female nurses from European countries there, including a few that were traveling in the south of the country...
 
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Re: Working in Saudi Arabia

Postby Askr » 13 Jul 2011, 20:15

GuyInTaiwan wrote:It's such a trite thing to say though, and I'm still not sure what the laws in the UAE have to do with the laws in Saudi Arabia.


Jeez mate, 70% of all posts on Forumosa are trite. Thanks for drawing attention to mine.

We're talking about the UAE because we expanded the discussion to include another arabic country. That's why there are posts mention it (the UAE).

Why are the majority of your posts to Forumosa so surly?
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