I just got my euro passport and I have no idea where should I try to get a job to leave this shithole
I speak english quite well
Germany: strong economy; german is a tough language
UK: strong economy; apparently turning into a caliphate and way too expensive
Ireland: not very expensive; economy is weak
suggestions are welcome senpai
Don't get me wrong, I love this place, the problem is that it's sinking by the day
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Their unemployment rate is currently at 25%, I hope you're right about being educated making it easier for you to get a job
Go. See if you fit in. See if you will not feel saudades of your homeland, or the cultural things tied to this place. See if it's worth abandoning the ship at the first sight of a storm
are you retarded?both portugal and spain are exporting very qualified people, we're getting a brain drain,we actually need less educated people/qualified to do the dirty jobs...
Ours was from 1916. Yours was from 1948.
You copied us, Mario.
Growth is an important thing. We already have the 4th highest per capita income in Europe, we're literally going to overtake a first world country with a million less people than the in total size (Finland).
Our growth is tremendous, and we're likely going to pass expectations again this year with the oil prices having fallen so low.
In Belgium you're next to every relevant country and you get a lot of languages to choose from, also as long as you don't live in Brussels, Antwerp or Charleroi you'll rarely find any muslims. Also we have sizeable Italian and Portuguese speaking communities
But the language academy that regulates everything is in Spain, unlike the Portuguese ones. There are at least 2, one being the Lusitanian variant and the other one being Brazilian. Curious how the Acordo Ortográfico doesn't work anywhere, huh?
> speaks Spanish
Ah, the memes.
>apparently turning into a caliphate
don't listen to that shit, only london and brum have completely gone to shit, everywhere else is fine. even then it's only certain areas and "no-go zone" stuff is a load of rubbish.
>ireland not very expensive
don't fall for that one
honestly england is still going to be the best place for you if your english is okay, it's only expensive in central london and suburbs around london. you could always go to scotland but they're a load of cunts and there's no jobs there.
also what qualifications do you have?
People used to old rules don't learn the new ones so easily. 30+ people refer to high school as Segundo Grau, while people around my age would call it Ensino Médio and younger peoplewould call it another thing
Because i said so.
God bless the queen!
>UK is way more fun and interesting.
> from the Check'em Republic
It was not used because up until now we've been passing through the adaptation period, where their usage is optional, this ends this year 2bh.
I don't know what changes in Portugal, but here some accentuation rules got changed to match those used in Europe.
I Am aware of the meaning, I actually like Alberto's literature. And yeah br spelling got rid of severals c and p. I wonder if acção, directo, óptico are going to change too, that would be max cucking made by portuguese politicians
> I wonder if acção, directo, óptico are going to change too
They already changed it thanks to the last agreement on simplification. My father is still butthurt about having to write ação, direto, and ótico, which definitely are ugly looking