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Today I'm cleaning out my office desk. When I next get a paycheck, it'll be for Haskelling full-time.

Signs I'm doing the right thing: while at work, I wish I were programming. When at home, I am programming.
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Congratulations. Since I'm looking for one of these precious Haskell jobs too I'm very curious to learn where will you be working on what? :-)
I look forward to working with you :)
+Simon Meier Thanks very much; I am quite fortunate to be joining Tsuru Capital, and I'm really excited about it. It seems like the number of Haskell jobs is increasing, but a lot of them are in niche areas (e.g. hardware controllers). Or you need to be an EU citizen, which may or may not work for you.
+John Lato thanks for the answer. I wish you a good start in Singapore. What jobs do have an EU citizenship requirement? I'm Swiss, so I'm at least living near enough the EU :P
+Simon Meier I mostly meant jobs in the U.K. (e.g. Well-Typed had a search a while back), since they've drastically reduced the number of work permits they're giving out. Wasn't there a post in Switzerland advertised recently on the cafe?
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