Well it's sort of a special case but in Germany there are two types of public servants and I'm working as a Beamter (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beamter) and due to that I'm not in a contractual relationship with the state. That means I have special rights (don't have to pay into the social security system, can't be laid off, getting paid at the beginning of the month instead of the end of a month etc.) but also special duties (cannot strike, longer work times than regular public employees etc.).
In brazil all public service (that you apply for exam) are for life unless you commit a crime. Only public service that are fired is the ones appointed by politicians and the like, these change after every term when politicians don't win the election and get replaced.,
Sorry, but you living in a country with 4% unemployment rate, and claiming to have sent over 1000 applications with not a single answer (even if negative) is very hard to believe.
If you were in a place with 30% unemployment rate I could believe more.Last edited by DonFerrari - on 26 March 2019
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