Work in Germany

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

The German labour market

Germany's labor market is very attractive to expat talent. Thanks to one of the lowest unemployment rates in the world and a ...

Internships in Germany

Many universities require internships nowadays to enhance the study experience and prepare graduates for real-life work ...

Frankfurt's labour market

Frankfurt has a strong and healthy labor market, as it is Germany's financial center and the largest city in the Hessen ...

Finding your first job in Germany

Germany is a promising place for young expatriates looking to obtain work experience in a wealthy European country. It offers a ...

Finding work in Germany

Germany is one of Europe's best countries to develop your career and gain international work experience. On the one hand ...

Becoming a digital nomad in Germany

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, digital nomadism was a privilege among the self-employed and entrepreneurs who have set up a ...

Berlin's labour market

Berlin is the largest city in Germany, with over 3.5 million people. According to the European Commission, 40,000 new individuals ...

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