Where do the most innovations come from? In Germany there are four hot spots you need to know about.
The Blinkist app from Germany sums up international bestsellers in a nutshell. The idea is particularly successful in North America.
The German tax system attempts to share burdens fairly. This principle is most evident when it comes to income tax.
“Morgen”, “Mahlzeit” and “Feierabend” are expressions and rituals you need to understand when you begin working in Germany.
What are my chances? How do I find a suitable job? Do I need a visa? Find out here.
You’d like to work in Germany and you’ve seen an interesting job advertisement. What do you do next? Here are some tips for your application.
Germans do not like to talk about their salaries. But we are going to spill the beans and give you the lowdown on what people earn in which professions.
More than 330 professions to choose from: here’s how you find a training place in Germany.
This service of the Federal Employment Agency should be familiar to international applicants: how the ZAV advises and places.
Whether at construction sites or in a bakeries, there is a lack of skilled workers in the craft trades. Does the planned immigration law help? Here is what the President of the Central Association of German Skilled Crafts has to say.