Hi berni,Hi to everyone, been following this forum for awhile now,my boyfriend and i will hopefully be buying an apartment in the near future. Im a hairdresser of many years was wondering what the situation would be if u did mobile.
Thank u for your reply, my botfriend is a signaller at king cross. we first want to buy, and enjoy afew holidays.Hi berni,
Welcome to the Cyprus forum.
Has your boyfriend got a job to come to when you come over?
The job situation is not very good here at the moment.
I think there are quite a lot of mobile hairdressers here too.
Thats often the best way. Get to know the place before making the final move.Thank u for your reply, my botfriend is a signaller at king cross. we first want to buy, and enjoy afew holidays.
If you intend to buy an apartment you will find Limassol is very expensive as there are a lot of business people from overseas companies.Yes to limassol , loved it , loved the hospitality ,the food everything. sorry about the typing just learning the computer.
I want to move to Limassol. I want to know how hard to find job there. I am qualified UK licensed Door Supervision with experience.
I wish it was that easy. You may get lucky, however the economy is seeing its highest unemployment rate in a very long time with many locals working 2 jobs to survive. Just make sure you have a back up plan and hopefully some supplemental income until things get sorted out.Hi me & my husband are moving to cyprus later this year, he is a qualified door supervisor also, ive heard its just a case of gettin there & asking around. let me know how u get on!
You could also try looking for jobs in the English Language newspaper The Cyprus Mail, they do have an online version, also try the Anglo Advertiser ( I think that's what its called), and the EU's EURES portal. I'm sorry I don't know the URLs for these. one other thought, if you are willing to look at the Larnaca area there is a high profile 'security' firm called the A Team here. They have uniforms, seem professional, have their stickers everywhere, drive 'marked' cars and seem to be involved in many of the businesses that require security in the Larnaca area. I have heard a number of tales of them turning up in their black cars to sort out problems! I don't know what they are like as employers...but it might be worth asking if you are looking for security-related jobs.Hi me & my husband are moving to cyprus later this year, he is a qualified door supervisor also, ive heard its just a case of gettin there & asking around. let me know how u get on!