Work in Germany

Our participative guide will help you find out more on the work market and the legal framework in Germany.

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V.I.E, the International Internship Program in Germany: the most promising fields, conditions and procedures.

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Foreign nationals, except European Union citizens, have to obtain a specific visa or permit to be authorized to set up a business in Germany.

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Skilled foreigners wishing to settle in Stuttgart, one of Germany's major cities, are quite likely to be recruited by many large firms.

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Dresden city, located in the Saxony region, is quite open to expatriates seeking new employment opportunities in Germany.

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Cologne, located in the North Rhine-Westphalia region, is a vibrant and dynamic city. It offers various job opportunities to foreigners.

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Berlin provides numerous employment opportunities to qualified foreigners. Its unemployment rate stood at 11.9% in early 2014.

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Located in the Hesse Land, Frankfurt is one of Germany's main expatriation destinations due to its economic dynamism.

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Dusseldorf is an important German financial and business hub. It provides various career prospects to qualified foreigners.

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Hamburg is full of opportunities for foreigners thanks to its open and dynamic labor market with an unemployment rate of 7.9%.

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Munich, one of Germany's largest cities, offers many jobs prospects for foreigners in various fields due to its developed economy.

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Hanover, located in Lower Saxony, offers various professional opportunities to foreigners thanks to the large number of firms operating there.

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To find a job in Germany, you first have to adapt your resume according to German norms. Registering with local agencies may help, as well as internet.

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To find a job in Germany from abroad, you can start by visiting general and specialized job websites and register with online recruitment agencies.

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The German labor market is quite open to foreign expertise. Unemployment rate stood at 4,9% in 2014, which is a constant decrease since the past few years.

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