The German labor market is huge and still needs workers. At the same time, unemployment in Germany continues to fall, and labor force participation rates and wages are rising. Germany is the largest economy in the European Union, famous primarily for its developed industry.
Citizens of the European Union do not need additional permits to start working in Germany. Where and how can you look for it?
Many people looking for work contact an employment agency. The agency will take care of all matters related to our work (contact with the employer, job offer, accommodation).
Before we decide to cooperate with an agency, it is worth checking whether it is registered in the National Register of Employment Agencies. If it is, it means it is legal.
Before signing a contract with an agency, check the contract carefully. It will include all details regarding working time, scope and remuneration.
Directly with the employer
Job offers and contact details of companies can be found on their websites (in the “Karriere” section) or on their Linkedin profile. Companies share their job offers there. If we are interested in any of them, all we have to do is respond and send our CV and cover letter in German.