Employment in Aruba

Employment in Aruba

Post by Robert Coup » Tue, 11 Aug 1998 04:00:00


I was looking to move to Aruba, and wanted to find out what employment
opportunities might exist there. My wife was born there, so technically,
immigration shouldn't be a problem. I know that the government runs a
company called SETAR which would be right up my alley (WAN/LAN
Specialist).

Anyway, this would be enable me to windsurf year round, a lifelong dream
of mine. If anyone out there has an ideas or comments, I would love to
hear them.

Let there always be wind.

bob

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Employment in Aruba

Post by Matt Melv » Tue, 11 Aug 1998 04:00:00

I'm filled with envy, no wait.....jealousy!

My wife & I honeymooned in Aruba and after only 5 days we were asking
around about immigration.  Sounds nearly impossible if you don't have
friends, cash, or a situation like yours!  Hope you can make it
happen.  And if you do, what are your feelings on adopting a married
couple?

On Mon, 10 Aug 1998 14:58:10 -0400, Robert Coupe

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>immigration shouldn't be a problem. I know that the government runs a
>company called SETAR which would be right up my alley (WAN/LAN
>Specialist).

>Anyway, this would be enable me to windsurf year round, a lifelong dream
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>hear them.

>Let there always be wind.

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Employment in Aruba

Post by K.C » Wed, 12 Aug 1998 04:00:00

Quote:
>I was looking to move to Aruba, and wanted to find out what employment
>opportunities might exist there. My wife was born there, so technically,
>immigration shouldn't be a problem. I know that the government runs a
>company called SETAR which would be right up my alley (WAN/LAN
>Specialist).

>Anyway, this would be enable me to windsurf year round, a lifelong dream
>of mine. If anyone out there has an ideas or comments, I would love to
>hear them.

Bonaire has a strong tourism based economy, low unemployment and labor
shortages especially in high skill jobs. According to government's
statistics 40% of the labor force in Bonaire are foreigners. If Aruba's
situation is similar your chances of finding employment are good. With a
job offer and your wife your chances with immigration should be good also.

K.C.

 
 
 

Employment in Aruba

Post by Hugh Lam » Thu, 13 Aug 1998 04:00:00

My understanding is that if you have a job lined up you can get a work
permit and live in Aruba. You might want to email Setar about employment
prospects and also email any of the other related computer companies. If
you like I can fax you the computor pages fromt he phone book. I'm
leaving for Europe late Friday for a week of work so if you want this
soon just email me.

You might also want to takea look at my web page:

http://www.arubahouse.com

Good luck
Hugh