Jobs in Germany

Germany - traditionally powerful in technology, also has a big and healthy economy in Europe and in the world. The jobs in Germany have started to accelerate its growth and presently enjoying rise in hiring. Germany is the largest producer of Iron, Cement, Electronics etc, which is also considered as their main industries.

The main industries of Germany are:

  • Iron
  • Steel
  • Coal
  • cement
  • chemicals
  • Machineries
  • Vehicles
  • Machine tools
  • Food and Beverages
  • Electronics
  • Ship buildings
  • Textiles

The number of jobless in Germany is also falling rapidly. With its high standard of education, graduates enjoy prospects in the job markets of Germany. Foreign workers, especially from Eastern Europe, are allowed to work but they are treated as guest workers. It is better to gain your qualifications and working experience in order to work hassle free in Germany. Pay scale of Germans in Germany is considered among the highest in the world. The demand for workers in the job market in Germany is getting higher and higher. To work in Germany you need a work and residence permit. It is applicable to non EU (European union) citizens only. EU citizens do not require such permission to work in Germany. Jobs in Germany are very protective and are desired in the global scenario. The working hours per week are very comfortable, which goes around 35 hours and holidays of 30 days/year is not rare.

 

Germany is the best place to work in Europe if you want to be in the teaching profession. In other fields, a graduate will not be able to get the best job if he does not have prior experience. It is thus important to have a postgraduate degree or enroll in German distance learning centers like Eurotalk Interactive, Learndirect or Key Languages to adopt the skills required in the progressive sectors like IT and textiles. In Germany, the average work time is 35 hours per week. A professional enjoys minimum 24 leaves per annum and 9 public holidays. A strict business etiquette and formal dressing is followed in German organizations.
 

The major industries to work in if you plan to travel to Germany in 2012 are:
  • IT and engineering
  • Academics
  • Telecommunications
  • Automotive industry
  • Tourism
  • Machine tools
  • Food and beverage
  • Banking
  • Shipbuilding
  • Chemicals

If you are a foreigner, Berlin, the capital of Germany is the city you should be travelling to for searching a job. Hamburg, Frankfurt, Munchen, Dusseldorf and Stuttgart are the other German destinations where job prospects are good.
 
The chief companies recruiting in the year 2012 are:
  • BASF
  • BMW
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Siemens
  • Volkswagen
  • Allianz
  • Bayer
  • Bosch
  • SAP

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