German language skills - Do you need them to get a job as a software developer in Germany?
You are a software developer looking for jobs in Germany? Here’s what you need to know when it comes to German language skills.
How much you will earn as a software developer in Germany
When you start working in Germany as a software developer, data scientist or automation software tester you need to know several things to get a clear understanding on how much you’re actually going to end up having in your bank account.
Visa sponsorship for a job in Germany. What you need to know when it comes to recruiting and relocation
We know that a very important issue for international job applicants revolves around the question of visa sponsorship for a job in Germany.
German Business Culture
Every day across the globe, the world of business spirals forward at a dizzying rate. Work is getting done almost everywhere, but how this work is getting done can vary a great deal.
German job market - Corona update: Learn which sectors are recovering and which are still under pressure
Since our latest update has been over two months ago it's time that we present the latest development to you, including which industries are now eager to hire new employees and which are still struggling from the effects of the corona pandemic.
Germany’s walk to becoming an immigration nation
Other than our usual blog posts where we give you practical advice on your job search in Germany, we are using this one to serve you some food for thought. During our daily coachings and communication there exists a desire from foreign professionals looking for jobs in Germany as to whether Germany is (already) a true immigration nation
Designing the perfect German CV: Our three golden rules for you to follow.
Learn everything you need to know to design your perfect German CV. Following our rules will help you draft a job winning CV for your career in Germany. You need to be aware of how we do things differently when applying for a job in Germany...
The German job market during Corona: Learn which sectors and companies are resistant to the crisis.
After several inquiries on how the German labor market has been developing these past months, we decided it was a good time in July to give you a little more comprehensive overview of how German companies have done so far.
You should avoid these five cultural pitfalls during the job interview with a German company - here is how
Obviously, there are hundreds of thousands of blog articles on successfully mastering a job interview. But hardly any take intercultural aspects into consideration when it comes to foreigners applying for a job with a German company in Germany. This is particularly sad when it is intercultural misunderstandings that prevent people from being hired.
Germany has a new immigration law. Here is what it means for you
On March 1, 2020, the German parliament passed the new Fachkräfteeinwanderungsgesetz (Skilled Immigration Act). And this is not only a pre-taste of how long German words can be, but also what it means for you. Because the law has, among other things, been passed to bring more professionals from outside the European Union (EU) to Germany.
Why Germany needs more international software developers
Germany is a great country to work in. And there are over 100,000 open IT positions in Germany. Landing a job as a candidate from outside is not easy. Literally millions apply for jobs in Germany every year and only a small fraction gets an offer. In any case, it still makes sense to keep trying. That is also because Germany needs and will need more international software developers - for years and years to come. Here is why.