You have decided to look for a job in Germany. We can show you the different ways of finding the right employer for you in Germany – starting with initial research on the Internet right through to visits to job fairs in Germany or in your home country.

Whether you are still in your home country or already in Germany, the best way to start looking for a job is over the Internet.

Job-hunting on the Internet
One place to find vacancies in Germany is on the Internet pages of the following government institutions:
Federal Employment Agency: Germany’s largest official job portal belongs to the Federal Employment Agency (BA).
One of its tasks is to support job-hunters in Germany and abroad in their search for suitable job offers. On the BA Web site, you can do targeted searches for vacant jobs.
The search engine is available in German, English and French.
However, for the moment most of the job offers are in German only. http://jobboerse.arbeitsagentur.de
You will find many of the jobs which are posted on the Federal Employment Agency portal also on the “Make it in Germany” job exchange. Here, you can do targeted searches in professions where Germany lacks qualified professionals. http://www.make-it-in-germany.com/en/making-it/job-listings/
Hotline Working and Living in Germany:
Qualified professionals who have migrated or are interested in migrating to Germany are welcome to contact our hotline http://www.make-it-in-germany.com/hotline/ for advice in German or English. You can phone the hotline on +49 30 1815 – 1111.

The BA is also a member of the network of European employment agencies, which is called EURES. EURES is committed to promoting the mobility of job-seekers in Europe by providing advisory and job-finding services. EURES offers interesting job prospects and funding programmes.
You can find out more about this from the EURES advisors in the respective countries. The EURES Internet portal has
job offers from 31 European countries – including Germany – information about living and working in the different
countries and the contact details of the EURES advisors.
The portal is available in 25 languages. In addition, every spring and autumn EURES organises European Job Days in
a large number of European countries, at which vacancies in Germany are also presented. You can find the dates of
these events by asking the EURES advisors of the respective countries, or by consulting the EURES Web site or Facebook pages. https://ec.europa.eu/eures/

Job portals:
Many German companies advertise their vacancies not only through official agencies, but also publish them on the Internet. Take a look at the well-known job portals (German keyword: Jobportal) and on social networking sites. Otherwise, search for companies in Germany which are most likely to offer jobs in your line of work. Many of these companies offer vacancies on their own Web sites.
The job sections are usually called “Stellenangebote”, “Karriere” or “Vakanzen”.

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