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From your first day of work to the day of your retirement, your government has tools and programmes in place to help you succeed.

Look for resources on finding a job, education, and job training. Understand employment laws and employment standards in Bermuda, and what to do if you need to resolve a labour dispute.

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  • Who can register as an architect

    In order to qualify for registration as an architect, an applicant must:

  • The Registry General maintains the Register of Professional Engineers and publishes a list of the registered engineers in the Royal Gazette in January of each year.

  • The Registry General maintains the Register of Surveyors and publishes a list of the surveyors who are registered in the Royal Gazette in January of each year.

  • Trends in the Bermuda job market are observed over time as part of the Employment Survey, which is mandatory for all employers. The survey records demographic and employment including age, race, occupation, income, and benefits.

  • The Bermuda Lifeguard Service works to ensure the safety of swimmers on Horseshoe, John Smiths, Clearwater and Turtle Beaches. Lifeguards are posted when the beaches are open—from 1 May to 31 October on Horseshoe Beach and from 24 May to Labour Day on the other beaches.

  • To work in Bermuda, you must be Bermudian, married to a Bermudian, or be a Permanent Resident’s Certificate (PRC) holder. If you are not you must have a valid work permit.

  • If an employer intends to continue to employ a work permit holder in the same job beyond the expiry date of the current work permit, they must apply for a new permit.

  • Employers applying for work permits must ensure that:

  • If you hire a worker who is not a Bermudian or married to one, or someone who is not a Permanent Resident’s Certificate (PRC) holder, they will need a work permit to work in Bermuda.

  • Everyone who works in Bermuda makes contributions to their pension fund. You can access your pension fund at the age of 65.