A Premium Change to the Weekly Newsletter

November 8th marked the debut of a new version of Overseas Contracting Week.

Let me explain before sending you on to this week's edition. - William Beaver



Danger Zone Jobs has always had the feeling of a "family business" and overseas contractors are the community I am proud to serve.

Some have the wrong idea that DZJ is a big company when in fact, I started it myself in Kuwait in 2005 and never added staff.

I serve you myself and enjoy the privilege of doing so.

Which leads to this newsletter, originally published as just a quick way to let you know what had been added to DZJ.

It has grown into something more important, a publication that respects overseas contractors and takes their issues and concerns seriously.

This newsletter is intended for members of the contracting community who are serious about staying informed, finding opportunities and not wasting time in the process.

From November 8th, Overseas Contracting Week will be here on its own site, published once per week as a premium newsletter, then sent to subscribers by email, with even more:

  • useful and focused information
  • special topic articles
  • original reporting
  • content exclusive to this publication
  • video content

Because of ongoing email / spam issues related to sending from the DZJ membership servers, you'll need to sign up here if you want to continue receiving the newsletter.

This will be completely separate from Danger Zone Jobs. If you are a member there, nothing will change (and the site is currently being updated with some helpful new features).

I hope the newsletter has proven useful and valuable to you over the years.

I also hope you'll find that $5 / month for full access to everything here is worth it for this weekly publication and all the work it takes to keep you informed. You can cancel at any time no questions asked.

I invite you to support the newsletter and I in turn will continue to serve you like the past 16 years.

Thank you so much for being a DZJ member and hopefully an on-going supporter of Overseas Contracting Week.

All the best to you and your family in these tough times,
William