Employment
in Slovakia

Work in IT areas in Slovakia

The IT industry is known for its rapid growth, attractive investment and ever-increasing demand for qualified specialists around the world. Slovakia has long been actively financing and promoting this industry.

Employment for doctors

Employment as a physician. Find a job and start a successful career. The medical profession is in demand all over the world – that’s a fact. Slovakia, one of the countries of the European Union, is no exception in this regard. Ukrainian specialists are welcome here and offer them decent working conditions.

Employment for medical laboratory technicians in Slovakia

Employment medical laboratory assistant Find a job and start a successful career Education: completed secondary specialized education (medical college) or higher education in a specialty (nurse). Age: up to 45 years...

Employment as a nurse in Slovakia

Employment for nurses Find a job and start a successful career Slovakia invites to work nurses who have an associate's degree or a bachelor's degree in the specialty “Nurse”...

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Employment in Slovakia

Employment in Slovakia includes several stages and requirements:

  1. Visa and work permit:

    • Citizens of most countries are required to obtain a visa and work permit before starting work in Slovakia.
    • Nationals of the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) do not usually require a work permit, but they must still register with local authorities.
  2. Job search:

    • You can search for work through online platforms, employment agencies, recruiting agencies or contact companies directly.
    • An employer may offer you a contract, which you should study carefully before signing.
  3. Language requirements:

    • Knowing Slovak can be useful, especially if you are looking for work in areas that require communication with locals. However, in some companies, especially international ones, English may be sufficient.
  4. Documentation:

    • When applying for employment, you may need various documents such as copies of your passport, diplomas, marriage certificate (if applicable), medical certificates, etc.
  5. Insurance:

    • You may need to take out local health insurance after employment.
  6. Registration:

    • Once you arrive in Slovakia, you must register with the local authorities. This may include registering your place of residence and obtaining identification.
  7. Taxes:

    • You will also be required to pay taxes. Your employer can help you with this by withholding taxes directly from your paycheck.
  8. Work culture:

    • A good understanding of the work culture in Slovakia will also be helpful. Slovaks generally value accuracy, reliability and professionalism.

It is also recommended that you consult local official sources, such as the Slovak Embassy in your country or national employment services, for up-to-date information on employment requirements and procedures.

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Urgent matters:

+421 903 635 121 (WhatsApp)

+421 90 514 71 36 (Viber)

+421 951 936 196

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