I agree, focus on Prague and you will be ok. I have a few foreign friends who know no Czech and work here happily :-). One of them has been here for more than 10 years and still doesnt know much Czech - she just doesnt need it. One works in some sort of moving/relocating company (no one is Czech there), one for translating company, a few of them teach their language.... You may get some help from some providers in every aspect I guess. You can definitely find HR and real estate companies that focus on foreigners ;-) English/German/Russian is much better than just English ;-). Good luck!
@zuz thank you zuz for your revert. and I forgot to say that I know the Turkish language as well))) where can I look for a job , any idea? I want to move and I need everything to be oficially. I would need an employer who is interested to organise the working permission ect ))) I want too much may be )))
I believe that some companies will be willing to help you with the work permit. It will not be always the case but I guess they will help you if they really want you. The site can help you with other stuff ...
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