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Working in Germany

The Skilled Immigration Act makes it easier for qualified foreigners to enter the German labour market.

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Attractive Labour Market

Thanks to short-time work during the Corona crisis, the German labour market remains stable and offers attractive career opportunities for international skilled workers.
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Attraktiver Arbeitsmarkt

Career opportunities for international skilled workers

In many industries, German businesses are in need of well-qualified staff. The world of science and the groves of academia likewise offer appealing opportunities. For many people, dual vocational training is the way to their dream job.

Besserer Zugang zum Arbeitsmarkt
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Better access to the job market

In Germany, the number of people of working age is falling. The Federal Government is therefore encouraging immigration by skilled workers from abroad.

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Vernetzte Wissenschaft
Networking Academia

The German research landscape has an international focus and is well networked and open to academics from abroad.

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Duale Ausbildung
Dual vocational training

The German model of a dual vocational training system, which is now in demand worldwide, is successful thanks to its characteristic combination of theory and practice.

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Business and innovation

Germany is investing heavily in research and development, and places great emphasis on its companies’ innovative strength. One growth area is the creative industries.

Innovative Kreativwirtschaft
Successful creative industries

The creative industry is a growth sector with great potential. For self-employed people in particular, it offers ample scope and opportunities for development.

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A Strong Hub

Germany is the world’s fourth-largest economy, highly innovative and has a strong focus on exports. The future lies in Industry 4.0.

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