Some of the leading ones are MORE>>
Another recommended resource for someone looking to make a few kopecks by teaching English: http://repetitor.info/ The demand however seems to have dropped down. Typical rate remains in the 1500-2000 roubles ($50-70) per 90 min. session.
I regularly get enquiries about looking for a job in Russia. Just got one from yet another fellow who hopes to make a living teaching English. Doable but no, not what it used to be in the 90s when an English speaker could dictate his conditions. Below are some resources that come to mind. MORE>>
The last time I visited an event like that was in the 80s in Toronto, and I was indeed offered a job driving a UPS truck for $8.73/hour. At that time, feeling invincible and victorious, I rejected the proposal, and proceded carving my own loser niche. Now my business is at its lowest since 1997 but job fairs happen in Moscow regularly. I’m thinking of visiting one tomorrow. It is at Hotel Kosmos from 11am to 3pm. Metro VDNKh (next to Metro Alexeyevskaya, the neighbourhood I try to promote becaus of Alexandra). You are most welcomed to join me.
I too am no exception. For the last few years I’ve been spending an increasingly high % of effort on looking for business rather than actually doing things. Part of the effort is scattering my resume all over… MORE>>