Welcome to the new issue of the Make it in Germany brief newsletter. In this new feature, we are going to inform our newsletter subscribers about new content on our website and social media - in order for you to not miss anything in the future. Make it in Germany team hopes you will enjoy reading it and wishes you a happy and healthy 2024!
A welcome folder with information for the first steps in Germany and in the new company is an important part of the integration of foreign professionals. “Make it in Germany" provides you with a precast and customisable folder that you can download (English version will follow shortly).
You can now find a database of advice centres and contact points on the website for employers! Companies looking for support can find welcome centres, chambers, regional projects and more in their region.
A comprehensive social security system, good working conditions, equal rights... There are many reasons in favour of working in Germany! In the new video, you will discover a number of facts that make life in Germany worth living.
What exactly is a "refresher training", an "adaptation programme" or the "Deutschlandticket"? Our glossary provides you with brief explanations! It has been updated in all languages including important terms about living and working in Germany.
The information on the new Skilled Immigration Act is now also available in Bosnian, Albanian, Korean, Indonesian, Serbian and Vietnamese - the PDFs can be found in the respective language version (top right).
Discover interesting profiles of applicants who are currently still living abroad and would like to take up employment in Germany in the Federal Employment Agency's "Bewerberanzeiger". The latest profiles are from the IT, hotel & catering and electrical engineering sectors.
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Instituto de la Economía Alemana
Make it in Germany
En nombre del Ministerio Federal de Economía y Protección del Clima (BMWK)