There are excellent opportunities for well-trained, qualified professionals in the German labour market. The most sought-after jobs and valuable tips for foreign applicants.
A successful career isn’t everything. Young employees want flexible working hours, flat hierarchies and a positive work-life balance – but also security.
Working at the office from 9 to 5? That’s a thing of the past. Here you can discover different work models that exist in Germany alongside traditional full-time employment.
Is a universal basic income the answer to the transformation of work resulting from the transition to Industry 4.0? Arguments for and against.
Germany is the world’s second most popular country for people seeking work. A study delivers surprising results.
Business etiquette in Germany is similar to many countries, but there are some special points to keep in mind when trying to make a good impression.
What would it be like to teach children from over forty different countries in one school? For 34-year-old Canadian teacher, Jennifer Roberge-Renaud, this is the biggest joy and the biggest challenge of teaching at an international school in Germany.
English teacher and Canadian expatriate Kristi Fuoco leads you through five steps to find a job as an ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher in Germany.
These steps are important to get an artist visa and live in Germany.
If you are looking to complete your vocational training in Germany you need to know which qualifications you need, whether your certificates will be recognized and how to go about it and how to make a successful application in Germany.
Germany's facing a shortage of skilled workers in fields like medicine and engineering. So it's a good time for international applicants who are interested in working abroad to land a job in Germany. But getting the job offer is just the first step. Non-citizens also need a visa.