Finding a job in Algeria can be stressful, but here’s how to do it

Algeria is the fifth economy in Africa and the second in the Maghreb. The oil and gas sector is very busy in the economy, accounting for 97% of exports of oil, natural gas, or petroleum products. Thanks to its historical ties, the country benefits from good trade relations with France, as well as with Italy, Spain, and the United States.

work in Algeria

There are many career opportunities for talent from the diaspora in Algeria. The country needs expertise in many areas and has a developed economy. The country has sophisticated labor laws, with a minimum wage and a maximum of 40 hours a week work. The main economic driver is the oil and gas industry, but major cities, including Algiers, have developed industries for young and old. You will need to get a job offer before moving to the country, and it is recommended that you fully understand the health and safety packages that you will receive as part of any offer.

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Job search engines and public ads

Using the sites below, you can expect to get a response rate of 0.5 to 1.0% (the people who will respond to you and who will be sent your request / CV). However, I encourage you to try these sites because you never know what to find or contacts that you can establish from a simple email or application.

Impolitic: The largest job search engine in Algeria. I like how they have a feature that allows you to advance on LinkedIn.
CareerJet: I’m sure you probably know CareerJet. They have jobs in Algeria.
Pete: If you have really specialized skills (for example in accounting), I encourage you to take a look at Pete. They often don’t have many opportunities in Algeria, but they do.
Rayleigh Directory: handpicked sites that allow you to search for jobs in specific countries and/or regions around the world.

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Overseas and Expat Job Portals

Go Abroad: You’ve always been a GoAbroad fan. In fact, in the visa information section of my website, you’ll find where I’m linked to the directory of their international embassies. They also have a good business portal.
Linkedin: Last but not least, this massive professional social network is a resource for creating connections in your field and location of interest.