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« on: 21:47 23-Jun-2006 »
I am 21 and I plan to move to Kiev once I finish my degree. Does anyone have any advice for a Russian speaker who is already thinking about finding a job and a flat next summer? And how important is the Ukrainian language in the business side of Kiev? Obviously I will be starting with low-profile work.


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« Reply #1 on: 19:52 24-Jun-2006 »
Hi, you will be absolutely comfortable with Russian in Ukraine. If you plan to stay in Kyiv - Russian will work everywhere. English will help too :-) Ukrainian language becomes more and more popular among young people - about your age and younger.

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« Reply #2 on: 09:42 26-Jun-2006 »
Dear Jonathan! As for job: you can send your resumei to me. I represent a ukrainian recruitment company "Consulting Alliance". Our services are free for job-seekers. And if you have questions about recruitment companies, job market, career opportunities - cantact me
(icq: 236 984 641, e-mail: natalia_ca@ukr.net)

There is a plenty of career opportunities for young enthusiastic people who know foreign languages.

And as for learning Ukrainian or Russian - I can provise you with contacts of some teachers here, in Kyiv.