Working in KL

Old Sep 23rd 2020, 1:37 pm
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Hi

Recently moved here with the wife and step kids. She will be working in an international school and I quit my job to come with her so she could be closer to her mother in Penang.

I would like to work but am finding conflicting messaging about whether I can get a job on a dependents visa.
If not does anybody know of any places that offer remote working to project/account managers?

I've worked in IT, but most recently for a university in business change.

Other than that of anyone has any KL tips for me to enjoy whilst being unemployed I'll be happy to take those on board.

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Old Sep 24th 2020, 4:53 am
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Default Re: Working in KL

Originally Posted by GeeSep View Post
Hi

Recently moved here with the wife and step kids. She will be working in an international school and I quit my job to come with her so she could be closer to her mother in Penang.

I would like to work but am finding conflicting messaging about whether I can get a job on a dependents visa.
If not does anybody know of any places that offer remote working to project/account managers?

I've worked in IT, but most recently for a university in business change.

Other than that of anyone has any KL tips for me to enjoy whilst being unemployed I'll be happy to take those on board.

Ta
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by your location I can guess the school 🤣

there are quite a few non working dads at both campus - get involved in PTA, helping out with sports groups, KL Tigers rugby club helping kids or joint as an adult etc. also get on Facebook and look for hobby groups eg hiking and biking MTB etc

as for working, it’s illegal on a DP.

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