Work in Honduras

Search and apply for jobs in Honduras. We are putting together a guide to working in Honduras for foreigners, check back soon for application and visa information and positions.

 
 

Jobs in Honduras

 

Apply to Work in Honduras

If the idea of working in Central America appeals to you then you really should consider Honduras. Although slightly off the beaten track with most people choosing to work in Mexico and Costa Rica and more popular tourist destinations Indonesia offers a great alternative. Depending on your area of interest you can find work throughout different areas of the country in large cities like Tegucigalpa and also in tourist areas like the Bay Islands.

 

 

Best Places to Seek Employment in Honduras

You stand the best chance of getting work in the larger towns and cities, also in areas where tourism is popular:

  • Tegucigalpa
  • San Pedro Sula
  • Choloma
  • La Ceiba
  • El Progreso
  • Ciudad Choluteca
  • Comayagua
  • Puerto Cortez
  • La Lima
  • Danlí
  • Bay Islands

 

 

Types of Jobs

There are vacancies in a range of different industries including:

  • Administrative
  • Bar work - Expat bars hire English speaking staff
  • Education - a popular option for expats is to teach English in Honduras
  • Hotels / hostels - some accommodation providers offer flexible positions
  • IT/Technology
  • Language/Multilingual/Translation
  • Management
  • Marketing/PR
  • Non-Profit - there are lots of volunteer programs in Honduras although generally unpaid
  • Scuba Diving - dive schools in Honduras hire international staff all year round
  • Tourism - travel companies hire tour guides to lead tours in Honduras

 

 

Top Tips How to Get Employment in Indonesia as a Foreigner

  • If you have no previous experience and are totally new to the idea of working abroad a great way to get your foot in the door of a company, especially if you are seeking a professional career is to apply for internships in Honduras
  • Applying for postions on jobsites can be frustrating as you are very unlikely to get an interview especially if you live abroad
  • You are best contacting companies direct or seeking out employment locally
  • If you have no knowledge of the local language try to learn basic Spanish or book a Spanish course in Honduras

 

 

Salary

Wages can be low compared to other destinations in Latin America and what you get paid really depends on the position and company.

 

 

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