In some industries, jobs and regions in Germany, there is a shortage of qualified professionals. More especially, qualified technical workers, such as engineers and IT specialists, as well as health specialists, are in short supply. We show you what your chances are of finding a job in each of the different professional fields.
Numerous developments in the natural sciences, IT, mathematics and technology have made the German economy very successful. Companies are looking for qualified staff in this area, hence job prospects are promising. more
If you are a professional with vocational qualifications, you will not require a unversity degree to work in Germany. For EU citizens with vocational qualifications that are recognised in Germany, employment prospects are currently good. Since July 1, 2013, citizens from non-EU countries holding vocational qualifications have also been able to take up employment in German. more
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