I do recommend Sao Paulo, but for visiting, not to live.If you wish to build/buy/settle down in Brazil, there is no better place than the states of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul. There are plenty of job opportunities away from English teaching. I moved here in 1988 (coming up to 26 years now, in May,) and naturalized Brazilian in 1997. There are only three states of our 27 (including the Federal District of Brasilia) that I haven't worked in or visited. I love the country, but recognise its faults, - mainly a lack of serious politics and politicians.Specifically created to support expats, we have a library of resources including comprehensive guides and insider tips to help prepare you for your new life abroad.We know that relocation can be tricky and our aim is to remove as many obstacles as possible and answer your questions such as, "how do I get a visa" and "which areas of the city would be best for my family? If you have concerns or further questions, rest assured that help will be forthcoming in our friendly community where our members are always happy to help a fellow expat.Catho is the most popular Brazilian internet agency for job-seekers.Jobsin Sao Paolo is another online job database that advertises local jobs for English speakers.
Nevertheless, “traditional” job-seeking strategies may also work in Brazil.
She was kicking herself; and she suspected he must have been feeling the same too.
After all, he’d seemed so engrossed in her drunken stories about her time in Brazil that he MUST simply have forgotten to get her number, right? You see, what Brazilians say and what they mean are not always the same thing!
If you are already in São Paulo, checking the newspapers on the day their job section is published never goes amiss, either.
São Paulo’s largest daily newspapers are Folha de São Paulo and O Estadão de São Paulo. Moreover, chambers of commerce, embassies or other organizations might provide you with contact details of multinationals with subsidiaries in São Paulo.