How to look for a job in Belgium
The Belgian labor market is quite competitive, and in which the training of the applicant is one of the key factors that conditions and deprives access to work in Belgium. The labor trend in Belgium indicates that only those who have the most complete curriculum can get work. There are three very different areas in Belgium, the North (Flemish and English speaking), the South (French speaking) and the Brussels area that is bilingual. Therefore choose the area according to the language you know the most. The cities that offer the best job placement possibilities in the North are Ghent, Bruges, Leuven and Antwerp, while the cities that offer the most possibilities in the South are Liège, Eupen, Namur, Wavre, Mons. Here are some tips will help you find a job in Belgium:
- Curriculum vitae
Contact the embassy of your country that is in Belgium, to know the labor situation.
Go to the website of the government of Belgium and look for the option "employment and training" - //www.brussels.be/artdet.cfm/4002
Search Google the keyword related to your profession and add Belgium, visit all the websites that appear in the first five pages of the search engine, are the most interesting job offers in Belgium .
Leave your CV on the most important web pages to look for a job in Belgium : cityjobs.com, europa.eu.int/eures, ec.europa.eu/eures/index.jsp, jobline.es
Visit the websites of the most important newspapers in Belgium to look for job offers.
Visit directly the most well-known companies in Belgium, especially those related to your training and do it at the peak hiring seasons, September and January.Tips
- To increase your chances of finding a job in Belgium, you must have updated the curriculum vitae.
- It is advisable to attach to your CV a cover letter explaining your motivation to get this job.