Hiring season in France?

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  • Ramognino
    29 August, 2013 at 2:37
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    I am looking to work in France, and I plan to be moving there. I’ve done some internet research and I’ve come across September, January, and March as months were hiring takes place. Does anyone have experience or knowledge when the optimal month may be?

    Also, if anyone knows of languages that they would recommend applying for or avoid working for, I’d appreciate it. I have quite a list that I have compiled, but it’s difficult to know the quality and professional conduct of language schools through their websites.

    Many thanks!

    – Ramognino

    10 September, 2013 at 14:14
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    Reply To: France’s Hiring Season? Other Tips?

    A lot of language schools recruit year round, as and when client demand increases. Training-wise, things start to get going again during the month of September, following a very slow two months in July and August, so there is often a need for new teachers at this time.

    November and December can be quite frantic times too, as companies rush to use up their training budgets before the end of the year. May/June seems to be similarly busy. January in my experience isn’t a particularly busy hiring time, although others may have different experiences?

    Regarding language schools – do you have an idea of where you’d like to work?


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