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Useful links for people who are considering to settle down in Turkia
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1.       erdinc
2151 posts
 07 May 2006 Sun 11:19 pm

Others might contribute to this list as well. Especially those links about visas and formalities would be great.
Please include a short description of the websites you mention.

1. The following link leads to a forum about Kuşadası. Kuşadası is a touristic place 1 hour away from İzmir by bus. It is only 20 km's away from the ancient city Ephesus. I was very surprised to find out that a discussion board on a local place could be so popular, almost as popular as us. The forum has many foreign members who either visit Kuşadası regularly or have settlet down there.
http://forum.kusadasi.biz/index.php

2.       scouse
1 posts
 10 May 2006 Wed 02:30 am

Hi Erdinic,

Do you or anybody know any good job sites for finding jobs in Turkey.

By thevway i worked in Izmir for 6mths & never visited Kusadasi!!! or Ephusus!!! recon I missed out. But i did spend a lot of money in La Sera the reasturant at Alsansak. Great place.

3.       erdinc
2151 posts
 10 May 2006 Wed 03:55 am

It's not easy to find a job in Turkia. Usually it is only the international companies where you are not underpaid. The salaries are too low. For native English speakers the easiest job might be tefl jobs. You can find out more about it at http://www.tefl.com including worldwide job vacancies.
Also have a look on this website which is available in English as well.
http://www.yenibiris.com/

4.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 10 May 2006 Wed 11:17 am

numerous jobs can be found at www.kariyer.net
This site is in Turkish but it is quite easy to navigate even with limited knowledge of the language.

5.       rana8888888
1 posts
 06 Jul 2006 Thu 02:22 pm

Urgent help:

I will go to attend one wedding this sunday, I am female. I wonder what kind of clothes should I wear and what kind of other things I should do ??

Can you please kindly help me and tell me ?? Thanks very much...........

6.       Hilliar
23 posts
 22 Aug 2006 Tue 04:15 pm

http://www.tefl.com/jobs/job.html?jo_id=20745&tefl_
session=034cb595bc3b10c8afdbcecb430a7915&tefl_session=d17322f451670ad82058a72a7abf215c

Man that would be a sweet placement.

7.       xXxPaigexXx
199 posts
 22 Aug 2006 Tue 04:18 pm

Quoting erdinc:

Others might contribute to this list as well. Especially those links about visas and formalities would be great.
Please include a short description of the websites you mention.

1. The following link leads to a forum about Kuşadası. Kuşadası is a touristic place 1 hour away from İzmir by bus. It is only 20 km's away from the ancient city Ephesus. I was very surprised to find out that a discussion board on a local place could be so popular, almost as popular as us. The forum has many foreign members who either visit Kuşadası regularly or have settlet down there.
http://forum.kusadasi.biz/index.php

ahh yess i go on that forum too just to check out whats going on in kuşadasi! it is a great site!

8.       Elisa
0 posts
 22 Aug 2006 Tue 06:19 pm

Quoting erdinc:

For native English speakers the easiest job might be tefl jobs. You can find out more about it at http://www.tefl.com including worldwide job vacancies.



So if I understand correctly, me not being a native English speaker, although I manage the language quite well, couldn't get a TEFL certificate?

9.       Elisa
0 posts
 22 Aug 2006 Tue 06:28 pm

Quoting Elisa:

Quoting erdinc:

For native English speakers the easiest job might be tefl jobs. You can find out more about it at http://www.tefl.com including worldwide job vacancies.



So if I understand correctly, me not being a native English speaker, although I manage the language quite well, couldn't get a TEFL certificate?



Decided not to be too lazy and yes, found the answer myself
I compared a couple of courses and it all depends on the course, some demand "native speakers", some only "fluent speakers"..

10.       memllin
19 posts
 27 Aug 2006 Sun 12:33 pm

merhaba

dear friends i want to ask some questions to u as i cant ask all from my girl friend, she is living in turkey and i m planning to visit her for two weeks. she is living in a small town and i m also planning to visit other cities and i m not sure about the accommadition prices r the hotels r cheap or not can u give me a roughly price for it, if u help me i will be appreciated,

thanks a lot

mem

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