An employee at a Thailand-based design company says the country is still one of the best places to find a job, despite a series of tech-related crises.
The company, Web Design Trends, was founded by Thaksin Shinawatra, the late president who oversaw the transition from a military dictatorship to democracy.
The job postings are sparse, but it is possible to find one for someone working in marketing, business development, or design.
The site offers an online design course and offers paid internships for anyone who wants one.
The course is not the only thing that’s in demand in Thailand.
According to the site, there are also design workshops in Bangkok, Siem Reap, and Chiang Mai, as well as an apprenticeship program in the country’s capital, Bangkok.
The training is for people who have studied the field or are working on projects with a strong background in the field.
The average starting salary for an intern at Web Design Trend is $50,000 a year, and those who work full-time on projects pay about $60,000.
The startup has also recently added a job search feature, with applicants posting resumes in a separate section, the same way Google’s search engine searches.
“We hope to continue expanding into new markets as well, and hope to attract a much larger number of international candidates for our next project,” the company says.
There’s also a job board, which has about 50 candidates working in various industries, including the food and beverages industry, retail, and fashion.
Some of the candidates have had experience working in the restaurant industry.
Some have had working experience in the financial sector, and some have worked for local banks.
The design company is looking for a designer with an established track record, and the company also offers a design internship program, but those are limited to a few weeks.
Thais are very open to the idea of international students, with the average salary of a foreigner in Thailand at $50 per month.
In recent years, many other countries have seen an influx of graduates from abroad to work in the Thai economy.
But there are some major challenges with getting students from the US and Europe to work for the country.
“When we launched our first design internship in 2011, we were worried about getting any international students,” says Thakan Thanawong, a former employee of Web Design.
“Now, we are seeing a lot more international students.
We are also seeing a big influx of students from India, the Philippines, South Korea, China, and other Asian countries.”
Some of those students are also working as freelancers, or in jobs that require more than just basic knowledge.
“The problem with that is that a lot of the students aren’t really able to pass through our training program,” says Thanawang.
“They don’t have a background in design and they don’t know the ins and outs of web design.
They just need to learn basic skills.
It’s hard to get them to work on projects without a background, so they end up working in other parts of the company.”
Web Design is one of a few startups in Thailand that are looking to expand their business, and its hiring is booming.
The country has a growing number of freelancers who are able to work full time.
There are now more than 40,000 freelancers working in Thailand, according to the Ministry of Labor, and many of them work in industries such as restaurants, hotels, and catering.
The number of freelance designers is rising, too.
The Thai government is spending money to train and support more freelancers.
Thakar said that if a new startup can get a team of people who are fluent in design, it will have a competitive advantage over smaller companies.
“It will be more attractive to them,” he says.
“And they will be able to create more value for their clients.”