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The German Job Market Is Stronger Than Ever

September 2013, 19
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With so many of the world’s countries struggling at the moment in terms of their economy, Germany seems to be an exception and currently boasts one of the strongest economies in Europe. So what does this mean for jobseekers? If you’re an international citizen considering coming to work or possibly live in Germany, you are on the right track as a recent report states than the unemployment rate in Germany is decreasing fast. The current unemployment rate here is 6.8% which is still over half of the European average. Also, the rise in the number of permanent jobs that are available in this country is a good sign that the German employment market is successful.
It goes without saying that if you’re English then learning German will be a huge advantage as some companies, particularly local family-run companies will likely only speak the German language. That being said, English is still very much a widely spoken language here, especially amongst those in the teaching and medical professions. As Germany is officially one of the wealthiest and largest countries in the EU, the job opportunities here are many compared to developing countries, with the primary industries for skilled workers being engineering, computing and manufacturing. 
No matter which country we live in, in an ideal world we all want to secure permanent jobs that will provide financial security for our future and our family’s future, and so choosing to work in Germany should definitely be considered as a viable option. Perhaps you’re just starting out in your career and you want to work temporarily in Germany to get a taste for the work and living environment? This is a popular choice among students who have recently graduated and want to gain experience working in a German school for example. Coming specifically to work in Germany will likely require a work permit which is fairly straight-forward to apply for.
That being said, there are some strict employment rules that may differ from those in other countries. For example, trade occupations including being an electrician or an IT technician will require a formal qualification, as will working in a professional capacity such as a Doctor or a Nurse. Germany has an apprenticeship system that requires most young workers to pass a 2-3 year training program before they are allowed to enter the job market, which means that although you may already have some experience gained from the country you currently live in, you would still need to have some form of qualification that has been certified by a German authority.

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