Isaac Martin Barbero
For young people with that profile, the wage can go from 1,000 to 3,000 euros, depending on whether your company is international or Turkish, and their degree of specialization. Turkey-average salary is 600 euros. The main sectors of the Turkish economy that are of interest to the young sureuropeos are the construction, energy, textile and tourism, and in fact, in this last the number of foreign workers has increased 15% over the previous year, according to the Aksam newspaper. In the tourism sector, local staff does not have the experience or qualification enough for current expansion plans. Turkey has always been a tourist market whose competitiveness was based on price and now missing people in the area of the most sophisticated tourism, to which is It is expanding, says Isaac Martin Barbero, economic Counsellor of the Embassy of Spain in Ankara. Others, however, opt for the teaching of the Spanish, since the demand for courses has increased exponentially in recent years, both in the Instituto Cervantes public universities and private academies. Patricia, who had studied communication in Spain, arrived on vacation in Turkey in 2004 and, as many other tourists, was love in Istanbul. He decided to try his luck: at the beginning I worked as a waitress, because he simply wanted to meet the people and the country.
The salary was very bad. When I wanted to install me I looked for another job and the truth is that it was not difficult, has. It went through a design agency, but it was then decanted by the teaching of the Spanish, since in Turkey he noticed, then especially, the lack of native teachers. Now shown satisfied: earn more than what they could earn in Spain. And still It could work more and earn more. My quality of life here is pretty good. Source of the news: Turkey, new labor destination for the sureuropeos who escape the crisis