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Would be easy to get a job after studying in Latvia, and/or part-time job while studying?

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wang 
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#29 | Posted: 22 Feb 2013 19:43 | Edited by: wang
Bro:
I'm sure people do not enjoy this regime at all. They are mostly like sitting on auto-pilots. Watching my girlmate's parents, I'm wondering they still are up to some job (while being aged 64 and 66 in relation). They have been paid about 150 LVL each for their pension years, and now they each have a little "official" job which gives them may be 150-200 LVL per both. So they have about 400-500 LVL each month per both (that means about 700-750 EUR - for BOTH) and they feel quite happy! Because comparing to other families, which have less than 100 EUR per each member per month, it could be truly named "lucky"...

Bro, if one person get 700 EUR per month, it would be very hard for him to cope with the high price of the apartments in Latvia? Very curious to know.

Yuta is a very clever woman; Don't mind. I am just a young and childish 20 year old boy who need A strong girl to touch my head and give me a sense of safety.
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#30 | Posted: 28 Feb 2013 18:46 | Edited by: yuta
wang:
Bro, if one person get 700 EUR per month, it would be very hard for him to cope with the high price of the apartments in Latvia? Very curious to know.

Hey man, whatever I've mentioned earlier regarding the current property state in Latvia, was under your personal request As I mentioned, there are many ways to find a very cheap, old, outdated property for rent or buy, in the house which was build in 70-80s (USSR times), and I must say, each Latvian city consists on 80-90% of such "properties". Comparing to the apartments I've mentioned, living in those doesn't take more than 60 EUR per month in a summer time and about 100 EUR in a winter time. Also, I think Bro mentioned those people who already earned/bought these apartments in the past, so they pay only the services, not the rental price.

wang:
I am just a young and childish 20 year old boy who need A strong girl to touch my head and give me a sense of safety.

Curious to see how you discover yourself or joke us out
wang 
Male Forums Member 
#31 | Posted: 1 Mar 2013 17:42 | Edited by: wang
yuta
I am curious that if I have 61,900 EUR now, do I have qualification to come to Latvia? Can you upload some pictures of those USSR times apartments?
Thank you
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Female Lady Blady 
#32 | Posted: 1 Mar 2013 21:23
I don't have time today to upload something, sorry...

As I mentioned earlier, you may visit ss.lv and just occassionally choose/view some ads; for example, in Riga. Then choose in the dropdown on the top right corner, named "Visi Sludinajumi" (All Ads) - select "par 5 dienām" ("Most recent 5 days"). In the opening page, click "Pārdod" ("For Sale"). Then just click on thumbnails or ad links. They will open each ad in a new window. Prices shown are in Lats; if you click "Rādīt cenu eiro" ("Show price in Euro") they will transform to Euros. Meaning you have about 43,000 Lats, you have a great choice. You can follow the prices also on the right side of this listing.

Welcome to learn Latvian language a bit. You will need to know it in Latvia for sure
heeroobaa 
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#33 | Posted: 2 Mar 2013 07:54
Bro
I agree with you Bro that India is one of the best place to live. Even no one thought of living India and always dream to be born again in India.

People know the best way how to live with limited resources. But as you mentioned people of older ages also working after retirement for their living same is happening in India also in urban areas after retirement from government they work in low end jobs . I am strongly opposing such kind of work because by doing such kind of work won't bring happiness to them as well as to economy since we are having huge young unemployed people who are wondering here and there for search of job but due to occupying jobs by older people at low wages also hurting youth and not able to groom their skills in the jobs but you see people of older age working every where in India.
Even Government of India also raised the retirement age from 58 years to 60 years and now also planning to raise the age due to some benefits but if government discourages such practice of employing people after 60 years old then we would increase employment of 10 million every year.
After 60 they can do business, consulting services, social services, education , cultural so on but not of labor work or other unskilled jobs.
And Should have strong social security system where older people will be taken care by society.
I would rather say it is because of more and more unlimited wants and limited resources. Since people are more and more on focusing on material world.
For fulfilling such demands they require huge money other wise In India cost of living is very less.

Cultural aspect Must be strong !
In Indian culture children of older people always take care of them and sons always live with them in case of daughter who is married, takes care of her husband's parents.
So its very strong family bonding . Some of the case where younger people have to live parents due to jobs and working in other cities they tend to leave their parents but always take care of .
Its like if they don't take care of their parents later they will be treated the same by their children since the teaching goes one generation to an other.
And in our culture always emphasis on these values.

Bro its our inner feeling about some thing based on the environment. Since the population of Latvia is very small and forming opinion of one takes lots of struggle inside and out side the world since people from other world always provoking that their system and believe are the best and just adopt these other wise you will face consequences. So you see its better to adopt others but in general Latvian people are wonderful who love their country , language , culture and take every step to preserve this amazing ethos of this country.
I appreciate them, there are only few countries in the world who are doing this as you see in the history most of the world best cultures and languages submerge with war and ravages.
But Latvia is truly preserved and I always pray god Latvia always have stronger views and always preserve what their ancestors had created


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Hira
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#34 | Posted: 12 Mar 2013 13:23
heeroobaa:
People know the best way how to live with limited resources.

It's a very nice approach. Mine approach I've come to Latvia some time ago exactly for that... it's just on the border of civilization and limited resources. Good way for me...

heeroobaa:
Latvian people are wonderful who love their country , language , culture and take every step to preserve this amazing ethos of this country.

Not sure where did you read or take this out, but Latvia has a very short history of pure Latvians. If you even look in Wikipedia, you will discover that this history takes no longer than less a hundred years. Naturally, only the most recent 20 years of independence, after USSR was broken, Latvia has got kind of national freedom... but immediately swapped it for NATO membership, EU joining and so on!.. It is of course logical, that a small nation can not protect themselves from a big conqueror, which Latvia is surrounded with. But at least, they could try it... and they didn't even do it.

Oh well, seeing Latvian roads and empty lands, and drunk/not well dressed people on streets, and lots of immigration waves, and population loss, sometimes I think Latvians do not like this land at all! Mostly all Latvian culture was supported/created in USSR times, and now the Latvian language is hated by most of non-Latvians, because it is forced to be learned *too much*. And being honest... Latvian is very poor language. I've tried to learn it because my girlmate is Latvian, but her mother is Russian and you know - it was much easier for me to learn mutual Russian (not a written one... they have another kind of symbols...) and now it brings me more of joy to watch Russian TV channels to know what's really happening there; Latvian is not so exciting - too boring, too poor.

So... I'm not really sure what does it mean to 'love' this country!
urwaywardgirl 
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#35 | Posted: 15 May 2013 15:24
Now I am afraid to step foot into Latvia is it really that difficult to get a part-time job in Riga, 'cause come fall I'll be in Riga for my master's in RTU Aviation Transport these replies makes me wonder if it's all worth it. I mean I can mange english as far as I know so would it be really tough to convince people to give me a job or would I really need to brush up on Latvian skills?! Answers would be really appreciated.

Thanks
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#36 | Posted: 18 May 2013 17:50 | Edited by: yuta
Yes, even working as a cleaner or as a loader, you should have at least the lowest degree in knowing Latvian language.

Actually, I don't understand your worries. You're going study in RTU - what language do you expect there? Higher education programs in Latvia are ALL being studied in Latvian only. I can't be completely sure on it, may be there are some programs which come in English. But they are truly rare. And I doubt on their quality.

You should know Latvian before you start to study...
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Female Lady Blady 
#37 | Posted: 18 May 2013 17:56
BTW, it also depends on what kind of program are you going to study... if it will be about economics or law, I'm afraid you have no chances to find a job afterall... There are already TOO MANY native Latvians looking for these professions, the market doesn't need them all...
Gslr 
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#38 | Posted: 30 May 2013 14:34
Hello Girls
I am Prashita Gurung from Nepal.I have completed my high school and want to join my Bachelor in Rezekne university.I have applied from the educational consultancy for this September intake .My family will pay tuition fee for 1 year about 3000 euro but what about the work possibilities out there for living a normal life including (rent, food, transportation and educational stuffs) .What kind of jobs are available and how much we get paid?
I am about to begin bar tending course along with Barista lesson.Would it be useful for me to get job out there.Btw how is the scope of IT in Latvia?I am even planning to take laptop hardware chip level training.
Please girls do suggest me because i have less time to be prepared.
Hope will get positive response.
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#39 | Posted: 31 May 2013 11:15
Hello Prashita,

you need to study this thread more carefully above, it has more than just 1 page of information reading my replies, you may find answers to some of your questions. First of all, you should know the Latvian language to apply officially even for a cheap and small job. If you don't have it, most likely you will find only some kind of unofficial and so unprotected job with no paid taxes and so on.

As about Rezekne and Rezekne University... as I know, it doesn't have highest ratings in Latvia, but it stands somewhere in the middle, concerning its quality of education amongst other high schools in Latvia. I didn't meet people graduated this university, that's why I personally can't say something against or for it.

As about Rezekne itself... I was there many times. In the last 4 years, they accumulated lots of financial help of EU and built couple of impressive towers, fixed the main city road and tried to make at least the center of the city looking good.

But overall, it's very depressive city. It lost about 50% of population in the years of Latvian new independence times. The unemployment level is critically high - about 25%. It's the city which is going to become empty, if proper actions won't be taken. Despite of it all, past season this city was having the largest rates for the heating service. Some people paid about 100-200 EUR just for a small flat as the heating rate.

I wouldn't say you would find a "normal" life in Rezekne, but it truly depends on what you consider "normal". There is the same level of prices as in whole Latvia, the same markets, but most likely there is no high level for pleasuring your soul. Finding a job in Rezekne would be an utopia - young & creative people mostly exchange this city for Riga or Europe and prefer not to stay here. At least this is what I've heard from friends.

IT area is extremely developed in Latvia. We have huge count of young specialists, but these jobs are not paid well.

You can't find a good job, in general, without having experience. But those experienced people prefer to leave the country than fight its laws...

I wish you good luck in your exams, feel free to report us how it went!
Gslr 
Female Forums Member 
#40 | Posted: 31 May 2013 19:38
Thank you very much Yuta for replying.I am learning Latvian Language.Kinda difficult but i will learn it and i can recognize Russian alphabets too.So what if i am good at languages?Would you please suggest me what shall i do?Should i join Rezekne or study in Riga?
What training classes should i join?Show me the way.I am in Dellima :/
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#41 | Posted: 5 Jun 2013 18:07 | Edited by: yuta
You know, I can't recommend something to you without knowing who are you. What if my advice will be wrong? I may be guilty on that

Languages require lots of practice, and basically, if you want to study languages, you should live for some time in the country, where the certain language is native. For example, for studying Latvian you must live in Latvia, in the atmosphere of this rare and disappearing language. Russian would require to live in Russia and feel the Russian people, it's more rich and difficult language.

Definitely, I wouldn't recommend Rezekne as the city of relocation. Being a foreigner, you will feel yourself here like a 'black swan'. It's the city consisting mostly of locals thus coming from the local peripheral regions, which are a lot in Latgale (the Latvian disctrict where Rezekne resides).

But as for Riga - it's the city of lots of people and competition. I'm mostly sure you won't beat the competition just having some basic knowledge of something. Also, it's expensive city. So you must have enough of money to survive. But I think, regarding the money question, Rezekne would look similar.

It should be your choice and decision, finally. I could share some infos, but not recommendations or dilemma solutions

If you are coming from Nepal, what would you tell about your country?

Would it be possible to build business/cultural relations between Latvia and Nepal?

If so, it would be a good idea to become a translator from/to Latvian/Russian/Nepali. That way you may find a work in a business or cultural area related to these connections. But I'm not sure on it. I was never in Nepal and we have a limited insiders information about it.
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#42 | Posted: 5 Jun 2013 21:22 | Edited by: Bro
yuta:
In the last 4 years, they accumulated lots of financial help of EU and built couple of impressive towers, fixed the main city road and tried to make at least the center of the city looking good.

Sorry for entering this conversation - but Yuta, what kind of towers in Rezekne do you mean?

We were in Rezekne this year, resp. winter and spring - you may see on the pictures below... The only towers I have noticed, were those. As I understood, It appeared quite a broken/ruined factory which is not reconstructed or removed for years.

The most interesting object in this forgotten park area, was the writing made by hand on its fence. I've tried to make a collage on the first picture showing that in detail. The writing, in Latvian, says "Give Latvia to Latvians!" i.e. "Latviju - latviešiem!!!" I hope with the help of my girlfriend I typed it right

But honestly, this clearly shows - what kind of Latvia these "Latvians" are going to serve?.. Ruins?..

I've got some pictures we have done in the middle of January'13 and the end of March'13, both times we've seen this s*it, and NOTHING was changed by this time - this gave me an impression NOTHING changes in this town for years, then it's truly depressive as Yuta described!

And most notable - these ruins are just 10 minutes by walk from the center of this little city... I was never seen such kind of things in Europe, and I must say I was traveling a lot...

I can't believe this is kind of thing Latvians deserve! Rezekne, umm... not sure if I'll come back there!..
"Latviju - Latviešiem!" in Rezekne
"Latviju - Latviešiem!" in Rezekne
Winter 2013... Ruined town!
Winter 2013... Ruined town!
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