This question can be pretty much confusing though. Not all foreigners are alike and that one person may prefer a lot of things which the other person would normally do not want to. So, to answer this question as to whether or not jobs in Thailand for foreigners are easy for them, that would be a case to case basis. And there are several factors that one has to consider in order to gauge as to how foreigners can at least stomach to work in a country that is quite out of the usual norm which such person usually experiences in his own country.
As mentioned, there are a number of considerations to take notice to in order to assess if finding jobs are indeed difficult for foreigners in Thailand.
Factors that need to be considered:
- How open are you to changes?
Your ability to cope in a new job in a foreign country such as Thailand would be highly dependent as to whether or not you are that open to having changes in your life. If you are used to waking up with the sound of the alarm and there’s a bottle of milk rationed and waiting for you outside your doorstep while a newspaper is also being delivered to you early in the morning – and you cannot do away with all that, then you have to think twice whether you really are up for the working in Thailand challenge.
- Learn the language.
In Thailand, you speak their local language. If you speak English, chances are you can only be understood by a very few people there. English language is not something that they usually speak and they would not definitely adjust to you. Certainly, if they cannot understand you, working there would be very hard. And not one single employer might consider hiring you in their company.
- How humble are you for corrections?
Thailand is one of the developing countries in the world. And if you are one from the Western countries which has a fast growing and highly developed economy, it is highly probable that the former country will be looked down upon. So, foreigners might not be that accepting of the possible corrections or adjustments that they have to make in a foreign country. Jobs in Thailand for foreigners may only be considered pretty tough if you refuse to do the work tasked and assigned to you just because you think you know better than what you are supposed to do.