Serbia is a country on southeast Europe’s Balkan peninsula with vast northern plateaus and mountains with ski resorts to the south. Capital city is Belgrade.
History / Basics
Capital city Belgrade is home to Communist-era architecture and Kalemegdan Park, site of an ancient fortress held successively by the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. Floating nightclubs on the Danube and Sava rivers are a distinctive part of the city’s nightlife.
Today, Serbia is a modern, democratic European country, on the path to membership of the European Union, which a diverse range of visitors – from young backpackers to participants in congresses and fairs – visit every day.
You can find jobs in Serbia with the help of online websites given below.
http://www.learn4good.com : Free job posting site – Jobs in Serbia, work opportunities, job search, Tech jobs
Serbia for foreigners.
http://www.poslovi-oglasi.com : One of best option to find a job is to post a resume on serbian job boards.
http://www.nsz.gov.rs : If you are interested in local regulatory agency.
www.LinkedIn.com : Registering a profile on this website.
You may visit these websites for part time jobs : www.indeed.com, http://www.balkanjobfinder.com, http://serbia.usembassy.gov/summer-work-and-travel.html.
Accommodation / Mobile / Tax / General
For best accommodation in serbia visit following online plateforms.
beoapartman.com : ossibly the best place to find an apartment in Belgrade. Vacation homes or serviced apartment accommodation in Belgrade.
Visit few more webistes:
www.beorent.com, www.srbija-nekretnine.org/serbia-property, www.beorent.com/long-term-apartments, www.domovina.com, www.flatrentbelgrade.com, www.longtermlettings.com, www.realitica.com
Do I need a work permit?
Work permits are required for foreigners employed in Serbia and are issued with a validity of 3 to 12 months. An application for a work permit is submitted in person or by mail to the Labor market office in Belgrade. The average time for obtaining the work permit is two days. Work permit can be renewed without obstacles and the procedure is identical with the first application.
The standard Corporate tax rate in Serbia is 15%, although some deductions might apply. The standard VAT rate is 20% and the lower rate is 10%. Income from dividends is a subject to a 15% tax. Serbia has tax treaties with most countries in, but few outside, Europe.