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How to get a job in Germany

If you are a foreign specialist, finding a job in Germany is not easy. For IT specialists we made a detailed article where we provide solutions that allow them to legally work in Germany and not depend on any employers. In this article we are going to tell you how to find a job in Germany: the main places where you can look for a job in a German company being a foreign specialist.

Please note that, as a rule, foreign specialists from non EU-countries can work in Germany only if their residence permit allows it. If you are not a German resident and are wondering how to get a job in Germany, you’ll need to obtain a residence permit first. You’ll find more about German residence permits, requirements and eligibility criteria in our previous articles.

Our company, Nexus-Europe GmbH, assists foreigners with starting a developing their own business in Germany and moving to Germany through business immigration or the EU Blue Card.

Get a residence permit in Germany through business immigration or a Blue Card: info@nexus-gmbh.biz

Please note that this article is not sponsored or endorsed by any of the mentioned organizations. The information is intended for informational purposes only.

How to get a job in Germany

Nowadays, we usually search for jobs online, and there are several places where you can look for jobs and get in touch with potential employers. Let’s take a look at them.

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1. Job portals and search engines

There are a lot of portals you can find online when considering how to get a job in Germany. Usually, you can look for vacancies there, create your profile or resume and apply for desired jobs. Here are some portals you can start with.

  • International job search engine Indeed
  • Stepstone, the largest German job portal
  • Jobware
  • Jobs.de
  • Monster
  • Life in Germany

2. Social networks

Most of the companies have official pages on different social networks where they can publish job openings as well as other information about their company. This can be a good way of looking for interesting jobs and getting in touch with the potential employer directly when looking how to find a job in Germany.

The largest international professional network is:

  • LinkedIn

The largest German professional network is:

  • Xing

Worth a try are also other social networks such as:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram

3. Websites of the companies

Of course, usually companies have their own websites. Some have special sections for open vacancies, other might post current job openings on the news feed or other pages. In any case, if you know what company you’d like to work for, it is worth checking their website. Sometimes, even if there are no open positions you can find, it is still worth contacting the company and offering yourself as a potential candidate. Initiative application can be quite beneficial if done correctly, however you should make sure to prepare a proper resume and cover letter. We have an article about resume preparation, please check it out, it would be helpful to those who are thinking about how to get a job in Germany.

And if you don’t want to constantly wonder how to find a job in Germany and be on a quest for jobs and potential employers who could hire you, please get is touch with us! Nexus-Europe GmbH will help you open your own business in Germany where you can be your own boss. This can be your opportunity to move to Germany through business. And if you’ve already found a job in Germany as a highly qualified specialist, we’ll help you apply for the EU Blue Card.

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