If you're hunting for a job in Germany, here's a guide on where to look for jobs, plus information on the current job market, job
requirements and German work permits.
If you are a foreigner looking for jobs in Germany, it can be difficult to know where to start your job hunting, especially if you are
restricted to English-speaking jobs in Germany. However, if you are well qualified with a degree or vocational qualification, have work experience and can speak at least some German,
you stand a good chance of finding a job in Germany, especially in certain sectors with German worker shortages.
Germany has the largest economy in Europe and the fifth largest in the world, so there are plenty of jobs in Germany for foreigners with
specialist skills, although casual work is also fairly easy to come by. It is also possible to find English-speaking jobs in Germany, although in most cases even a small amount of German
will be required.
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Applying for a job in Germany
Once you’ve found a job in Germany to apply for, you will need to prepare your application according to German
expectations. In Germany, this often means putting together an application file containing your CV, copies of your educational certificates and employer testimonials and even
samples of your work, if appropriate. You’ll also need to write a cover letter to go with your application file. Plus, if you get through to the interview stage, you’ll need
to know what to expect in a German job interview, and what to do – and not to do – during the interview. We provide details in our guide on how to create a German-style CV and
tips for job interviews in Germany.