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Natacha Müller

Happy Friday!

We bring good news in the form of a new recruiter! Natacha Müller is our most recent addition to the German-speaking team. Curious about her? Let’s go!

Natacha is originally from a very cute town called Interlaken in Switzerland. It’s right in the middle of the country, nestled between two lakes and surrounded by mountains. Growing up, Natacha spent the better part of her days reading, swimming, and skiing. She really has a gift for languages and even received her TEFL Diploma (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), which she is quite proud of! It means she is able to teach English in many countries around the world. Comes in handy, because as we are about to find out – she is quite the traveler!

Natacha volunteered as a teacher in Fiji before the age of 18 and lived in Panama for a little while. As a freelance writer, she worked from Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Travel has always been a big part of her lifestyle, and so she turned it into her career, working for SWISS International Airlines as an International Flight Attendant for about two and a half years. Natacha was able to jet around the world which allowed her to visit all the continents except Antarctica! Now she made the move to Oslo together with her British partner to try a ‘middle ground’ country between Switzerland and England.

Do you have a favorite destination?

“It’s very tough to choose a favorite because each country has a special place in my heart, but I especially loved South Africa and New Zealand!”

Why did you move abroad so many times? Any tips for our candidates?

“Living in another country is one of the most incredible things you can do. You see the country from a completely different perspective and get an insight into the culture of that country, which you could never get to experience as a tourist. It takes just a little bit of bravery to get out of your comfort zone.

My two tips:

1.Move abroad at least once – it will change your life in the nicest possible way.

2.Don’t spend too much time worrying about what could go wrong. Something will most likely go wrong! But in my opinion, those experiences are not great when they’re actually happening, but they are always the best stories to tell back home. “

Why recruitment? And why Nordic/Multilingual Jobs Worldwide, how did you end up here?

I already lived and worked in Oslo when I found the job ad! I was immediately drawn to the job and the company because I thought recruitment would suit my personality very well. I am very glad it worked out and I can start my career in recruitment!


Want to chat in person with Natacha about opportunities abroad? Find her here!

+47 466 333 98 / natacha@multilingualjobsworldwide.com


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