Finding work in Rosario
Since I have been living in Argentina, a lot of people have asked me about English-speaking jobs in Argentina.
Obviously, I always recommend to create their own job opportunity rather than to look for an onsite job. But for many travellers, this is also the opportunity to live with locals for a little while and meet new people while working.
Check out on LinkedIn for larger companies in Rosario (Software / Consulting, etc.) and send a CV or better go to their offices and ask to speak to someone in the HR department.
In Argentina, your past experience and qualifications are important to be able to find a good job but above all, it will be your connections that will matter most. So if you speak Spanish, go to conferences and professional events in Rosario and network, network, network!
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