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Work in Germany

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

Summer jobs in Germany

Two thirds of German students work to finance their studies. A summer job is a great way to boost your budget and gain new work experience. To start working in Germany, you must be at least 15 years of age. The minimum age can increase depending on the type of job you are intending to do.

As in most European countries, if you want to work in Germany, your search will likely begin with a bit of online ...

Dresden is the capital of the Free State of Saxony. After Leipzig it is Saxony’s second largest city with ...

Capital of the Lower Saxony region in northern Germany, Hanover (or Hannover) is a mid-sized city that is popular among ...

Frankfurt am Main - Germany's fifth-biggest city - is located in the Bundesland Hesse and has become quite popular ...

Berlin is Germany's capital city. It is the country's biggest city and Europe's fifth largest ...

Cologne is one of Germany's main destinations for expatriation after Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Munich. It is ...

Over the last few years, Germany has become a very attractive labour market for foreign workers. With a constantly ...

Located in Northern Germany, near the Elbe River mouth, Hamburg is the country's second biggest city after Berlin. ...

As the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf is one of the major German cities. Its population amounts to ...

Munich, which is found in Bavaria (Bayern), is one of the main German cities. In May 2014, its population amounted to ...

Stuttgart, the Baden-Württemberg region's capital city in Southern Germany. It is one of the country's ...

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