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Experienced Nurses for Germany
KARPIRA International Recruitment Agency
Fixed-term contract
Added on 16/05/2024
USD 3000
Added on 08/04/2024
Everything you need to know to work in Germany
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, Germany's unemployment rate is among the lowest in Europe (3.2% in 2024). On the other hand, certain German companies are short of highly qualified workers, meaning that there are opportunities for international talent to enter the German labor market in specific regions of the country.
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 establish a business in Germany. However, different conditions may apply to non-European Union and EEA nationals according to their country of origin.
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 opportunity for various summer jobs in different sectors (e.g., hospitality, agriculture, education, etc.). However, seasonal jobs can be competitive due to the high demand, especially among students and young adults, flexibility for employees, and their short-term nature.
Finding a job in Germany from abroad
Entering Germany's dynamic labor market is a promising career boost for many expats who want to be part of a thriving economy and establish their careers in a country with ever-growing industrial production, significant exports worldwide, and quality working conditions. With one of the lowest unemployment rates, Germany is a popular expat destination among expats-to-be who want to find work before arriving in Germany.
Obtaining professional recognition in Germany
Certain professions in Germany are regulated and can only be practiced after the qualifications obtained abroad have been recognized in Germany to ensure that a certain standard of knowledge and experience is maintained.
Internships in Germany
Nowadays, many universities require internships to enhance the study experience and prepare graduates for real-life work environments. European universities encourage students to undertake their internships outside of their home country to gain international work experience.
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EUR 2000
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Added on 04/06/2024
EUR 60000
Added on 01/06/2024
USD 10000
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USD 6000
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EUR 5000
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Added on 19/04/2024
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Added on 14/04/2024
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Added on 31/03/2024
USD 4000
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Permanent contract
Added on 29/03/2024
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Added on 25/03/2024
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Permanent contract
Added on 03/03/2024
USD 1500
Added on 24/02/2024
USD 8000
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Permanent contract
Added on 18/02/2024
EUR 3500
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Permanent contract
Added on 07/02/2024
EUR 1500
Added on 31/01/2024
USD 9000
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