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Worst Destinations to Work Abroad

By SiliconIndia  |   Tuesday, 06 March 2012, 03:49 Hrs   |    10 Comments
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Bangalore: It  always  blooms your prestige when you are offered a job abroad. It is also an excellent opportunity for you to mingle with people with different culture, language and experiences. The overall process of getting a job abroad will be even better when you are offered a job in a good destination where you can work safer and live happy. However, it has been reported that not all the countries around the globe is a good destination to settle for a job. So, here you can see 5 such worst destinations where you should never opt to work, as these countries are not friendly and safer place for work experience, as reported on ‘Work experience abroad blog’.



1. Iraq:



It has been reported that, since the year 2006, Iraq has not been removed from the list of worst destination for tourist because of the continuous war happening in that country. It has also been considered as the number 1 worst destinations for workers or employees not only for the employees in their own country but also for the people all over the world. If you get transferred to this country anytime in your life and you have no choice other than shifting, make sure you take up necessary cautions required for your protection as it is very much necessary since the death toll in the nation is rising day by day because of the bombings and kidnappings. So, think twice before taking up a job in this country.



 



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Reader's comments(10)
1: This is clearly a copy (and a bad copy at that) of some American article. Any article written in India will not include Pakistan because hardly any Indian goes there for a job.
Posted by:Venkatram - 11 Mar, 2012
2: I think putting Riyadh in this list is the super most stupidity. Complete nonsense. In my opinion, the person responsible of writing this blog or section is deaf, dumb and blind.
Silicon india if you want us to remain subscribe to your website then plz do not put these useless things on your website.
I hope you (silicon india) people will think over it and remove this article as soon as possible
Posted by:Faizan - 11 Mar, 2012
3: bad write up.
I dont even know, why I read this one
Posted by:jyotirmoy - 09 Mar, 2012
4: This article reads like a high school essay. There seems to have been a real downturn in the quality of articles that Silicon india has been turning out lately. I understand that everyone has to start off somewhere, but what are the editors doing? This isn't even one of the worst. I just read an article that used the word Shi instead of She.
And I agree that Thailand should not be included in this list. You dont shy away from a country just because of some unfortunate natural disaster! Was there any sort of research involved in this?
Posted by:Reeta - 07 Mar, 2012
5: well in riyadh u can say being an expat, u will feel lonely and not supported by the govt rules But hey Various diseases and lack of sanitation cmon you seem to be out of your mind to say something like that. i live and work here and believe me dieseases and sanitation is very very very well taken care of.

I never expected such un professional wirting from sicilone india you guys really blah what ever....
Posted by:indian saudi - 07 Mar, 2012
6: well in riyadh u can say being an expat, u will feel lonely and not supported by the govt rules But hey Various diseases and lack of sanitation cmon you seem to be out of your mind to say something like that. i live and work here and believe me dieseases and sanitation is very very very well taken care of.

I never expected such un professional wirting from sicilone india you guys really blah what ever....
Posted by:indian saudi - 07 Mar, 2012
7: Including Thailand in the unsafe country list just because of Tsunami is insane. Even Indian coasts were affected, Pondicherry, Tamilnadu, Andaman, etc; but that doesn't mean India is unsafe. Not all areas in Thailand are coastal. In fact, not all coastal land in Thailand is exposed to seismic sea. The primary beach (next to Bangala Street) was badly affected in the Tsunami but the other side of the island was not even touched by its power. Including Thailand to this list is incorrect.
Posted by:Jai Singh - 07 Mar, 2012
8: I am having an offer from M/s. AECON Construction Company, CANADA. Presently Visa formalities has been initiated and initial investment is around (5) lacs towards immigration clearence and Basic travelling allowance. Shall be grateful kind advise from Any noble person.
Posted by:prabhakar - 06 Mar, 2012
9:
Canada is Nice Place to work!
Do well in Visa Interview. Hope u got H1B. (Getting L1 visa nowadays is not so easy)
All the Best!
Venkat Replied to: prabhakar - 07 Mar, 2012
10: i guessed it because no one even dreams about working in these countries as they think its not a safe place.
Posted by:suraj - 06 Mar, 2012
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