Is it possible to get a drafting job?

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Is it possible to get a drafting job?

Postby MonthOLDpickle » 06 Aug 2011, 17:47

I currently moved to Taiwan and start lesson learning the language. In the USA, I was a drafting for a professional engineer that did drafting work for telecommunications. I have an AA and worked for him for 6 years. My current visa I obtained is a family visa. I was told that means I can legally work in Taiwan.


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Re: Is it possible to get a drafting job?

Postby bismarck » 10 Aug 2011, 15:23

MonthOLDpickle wrote:I currently moved to Taiwan and start lesson learning the language. In the USA, I was a drafting for a professional engineer that did drafting work for telecommunications. I have an AA and worked for him for 6 years. My current visa I obtained is a family visa. I was told that means I can legally work in Taiwan.


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Visa wise you would be ok, but as to actually finding a job, or even a decent paying one? That's another question entirely. Not impossible though, IMO.
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