The current situation has made a lot of Ukrainians lose their jobs. You can find a guide on how to find a job at the link
Under martial law, many businesses are temporarily closed, and some have to say goodbye to their employees forever. This creates additional problems, as many lose the opportunity to earn and provide for themselves and their loved ones. What to do if you lost your job during martial law, we'll figure it out further.
Of course, first of all, you need to take care of the safety of loved ones and your own. But, if a person is already at least relatively safe, the money issue becomes more acute. To feel more confident in this situation, take a few steps that will help you choose a further course of action.
Follow the financial literacy laws at least conditionally distribute the funds that you have left into several parts:
Depending on the current circumstances, you will already make decisions about your further actions. Look for a new job if money is tight left. Move, if there are no ways to earn money where you are at now. Or you can wait out this period with the available saving.
If you have the opportunity, try to find a new job. For example, if you work in IT or at least have a PC and the Internet, look for a remote job. There are many opportunities to earn money from home, the main thing is to spend enough time looking for them with no despair. In addition to Ukrainian companies, foreign companies also offer remote work. If you know at least English, it will be much easier for you to provide for yourself in this situation. Perhaps, some of the foreign companies, in addition to the salary, will be able to offer you relocation to their country.
In the beginning, any job sites you know will be perfect. No matter how complicated the situation, new vacancies appear on them and some of them may turn out to be the one that suits you.
Remember also about professional social networks like LinkedIn, GitHub, etc.
On our LC Work website, we are also helping to connect those who have lost their jobs during this difficult time and those who are ready to provide them. So register and post your resume here.
Now the main countries where Ukrainian refugees move are Poland, Romania, Moldova, and Slovakia. Of course, many of them move deeper into Europe, but some stay. Refugee centers provide assistance and accommodation for a while, but still, you should care about what to do next. As it turned out, there are many companies, organizations, large and small projects that are ready to provide Ukrainian refugees with work abroad, which will help them survive this difficult time and successfully return home after the end of hostilities.
For those who don't have the opportunity to work remotely in the digital sector or who don't have experience in such work, there are vacancies that are not related to Internet activities. You can contact local volunteers residents of the city where you are staying, and find out on which sites they post vacancies.
Also post your CV on our website, indicating your location. So foreign projects will also be able to see it and invite you to work.