Where to look for work for Ukrainians who fled the war and not only: useful sites and channels


Ukrainian travel planning service Trip My Dream has created a selection of useful resources where Ukrainians abroad can find a job.

Where to look for work for Ukrainians who fled the war and not only: useful sites and channels

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These sites and channels publish daily job vacancies, in particular aimed at Ukrainians who have lost their jobs due to the war in Ukraine.


Here you will find more than 15,000 vacancies from employers from EU countries and the world who are ready to hire Ukrainians.


This is a worldwide job network. You just need to select the country and city, and enter Ukraine in the search bar, and you will be shown all the vacancies where you agree to hire Ukrainians at the location you have chosen.


This is where job seekers create their profiles, and employers can find them. In order for you to be displayed on the site, you just need to create your account and fill out a resume. Employers subscribe to the resource's mailing list, and they receive all the updates on their industry.


This resource is focused mainly on Europe. Ukrainians need to create a profile, talk about their qualifications and set their desired salary. In addition to displaying your resume to employers, you will be able to independently view vacancies and choose what suits you.


Here you can like hire Ukrainians if you have your own business, and find a job if you are Ukrainian. To access the list of vacancies, registration is required.


There are various vacancies for Ukrainians in Europe posted here. Depending on the city, you can find both farm and IT jobs, you just have to search well.


Here is a selection of vacancies for scientists and academics, but sometimes you can find other options. At the same time, the search is not limited to Europe, there are offers from different countries.


Volunteers can not only help you find a job, but generally settle in a new country. There are about 1,500 jobs on the site, most of which are in the field of marketing and technology. on this site you can register, indicate your qualifications – and the system will automatically send those vacancies that suit you best.


On this resource you will find available vacancies by country and city. There are many offers of remote work, so you don't have to move somewhere quickly headlong.


This resource works in Europe. You register, indicate what type of work you want, and the service sends you vacancies from trusted employers based on your data.

In addition to websites, there are several other useful Telegram channels:

  • @findyourgoodjob
  • @workado
  • @uajobnow
  • @jobforua
  • @helpukrainiansjooble
  • @WfUkranians
  • @UaJobNow
  • @pracyaua

Wizz Air hires Ukrainians

Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air announced new recruitment for bases in London-Luton, London -Gatwick, Cardiff, Budapest, Debrecen, Tirana, Larnaca and Kutaisi, writes Trip My Dream.

A carrier from Hungary invites Ukrainian citizens living in Poland to apply for flight attendant vacancies.< /p>

You can leave an application here.

It is reported that both candidates with and without aviation experience can apply. Job seekers are offered competitive salaries, flexible monthly schedules, and a choice of career options.

In addition to being a flight attendant, you can also try out as an instructor, customer service specialist, and participate in the Flight Attendant Program. to captain”.


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