Nokia’s departure from Romania leaves 2,200 jobless. Where could they go?

Newsroom 03/10/2011 | 14:20

Following the Nokia announcement that it will close down its production unit in Jucu, a total of 2,200 people will be left jobless.

The sudden surplus of labor force on the market in Cluj-Napoca could be absorbed by some of the future investors.

However, there are companies already present on the market that are recruiting actively.

The companies that are most active depending on the number of positions advertised over the last 30 days are: Continental Corporation – Automotive Group, Oracle Romania, Huawei Tech. Investment, Orange Romania, Hella Romania, Adobe Romania and Emerson Romania, according to BestJobs.

Depending on the field and positions, candidates need certain skills and competences.

The car industry, as well as the heavy industry, are searching for engineers. Continental Corporation is recruiting new employees for Timisoara, Sibiu and Iasi, with over 60 positions available.

Programmers are still a sought labor force, as companies such as Oracle, Huawei, Hella, Adobe and Emerson are offering 200 jobs in IT for specialists with English knowledge. Companies are still looking for software developers, testers, programmers, software engineers and programmers, according to BestJobs.

For those who are willing to relocate, job offers are in Bucharest, Timisoara, Iasi, Sibiu and Arad in domains such as IT and engineering, sales and financial advice.

Read more on this isue in the next print edition of Business Review.

 Otilia Haraga

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