QuestionsWork-JobsHow to get a job for mauritian returning to MRU after a decade
Minimum-Yak-1122 asked 2 weeks ago
Hello everyone,

I have a small question: what is the recruitment process used in Mauritius for the jobs applied to ?

To give you a little background information, I am a Mauritian who has lived and worked in Europe my whole life. So basically, I never worked in Mauritius.

I am planning on transferring permanently to Mru this year(most probably mid or end of year) and of course, I need to work to survive the inflation of MRU. I have already started applying for jobs via LinkedIn, and other career boards, however, I never get confirmation emails from the companies saying that they received my application nor do I receive a feedback from recruiters about the status of my job application. Mind you that in my CV i did put my Mauritian phone number and all my details are updated.

Am I doing something wrong? I have applied to around 15 jobs and I received neither email confirmations for the job applications nor feedback from recruiters.

Thank you!❤️❤️

Edit: thank you everyone for your tips, suggestions and advice!! You guys were very helpful ⭐️⭐️

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