Many foreign businesses and international organisations, including NGOs and charities, operate in Georgia and run their Caucasus operations from Tbilisi. If you want to look for work with them in Georgia, you should contact their offices outside the country.
There are few direct employment opportunities for foreigners in Georgia, save teaching English. Organisations with large presences in Georgia include the UN, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and the International Red Cross.
Food shops are usually open every day from about 9am to 9pm. Other shops tend to open from 10am to 7pm Monday to Saturday. Banking hours are typically 9.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday, with a one- or two-hour break for lunch.
Typical Georgian restaurant hours are from noon to midnight.
Any exceptions to this are listed for individualrestaurants.
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