Work in Germany

Information on the labour market, legal framework and how to find a job in Germany.

Finding a job in Germany from abroad

Entering Germany's dynamic labor market is a promising career boost for many expats wanting to be part of a thriving economy and ...

Working in Stuttgart

Stuttgart is one of the best cities to study or work in Germany due to the diversified labour job market. Stuttgart is the ...

Working in Munich

Munich is the capital city of the state of Bavaria (Bayern), which is Germany's largest state with the second-largest population ...

Working in Hanover

Hanover provides many work opportunities in different fields. This means that finding a job in Hanover is relatively ...

Working in Hamburg

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

Working in Frankfurt

Frankfurt is a city full of professional expats due to its identity as the financial center of Germany and one of Europe's ...

Working in Düsseldorf

As the capital city of North Rhine-Westphalia state (which borders Belgium and the Netherlands to the west), Düsseldorf is ...

Working in Dresden

Dresden, also known as the Florence of Germany due to its location along the banks of river Elbe, is the capital city of the Free ...

Working in Cologne

Cologne is one of Germany's leading destinations for professional expats after Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, and Munich. That ...

Working in Berlin

Berlin is Germany's biggest city and Europe's fifth-largest metropolitan area, meaning that it comes as no surprise that ...

The work culture in Frankfurt

Frankfurt has a prosperous economy and offers a great environment for multinational companies to establish their headquarters and ...

The work culture in Berlin

In the same way, each organization in Berlin establishes its own work culture, according to which it believes creativity and ...

Summer jobs in Germany

The summer season in Germany begins in June and lasts until the end of August. These three months of the year offer an ...

Setting up a business in Germany

The German government is very open to foreign investment. European citizens do not need special work permits or work visas to ...

Obtaining professional recognition in Germany

Certain professions in Germany are regulated and can only be practiced after the qualifications obtained abroad have been ...

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