Essential tips to get a highly-paid job in a German company
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You want to work for one of these world-wide known companies. You want to be successful and rich by holding one of their highly paid jobs? You want to also boost your career by being able to name one of these well-known companies in your resume?
Who does not like to take such a chance?
Being employed at a big and successful company in Germany, I invite all of you to discover this unique opportunity with me.
But how will it come true?
Follow my course and learn, step-by-step, how to find the perfect job for yourself in Germany or in a German company in your home-country.
Having a deep understanding of the procedures getting a highly paid job on the German labor market, I would like you to be able to profit from this my knowledge.
Here's what you need to get started on your search for a job in Germany: all the information and advice on what jobs are available in Germany, where to look to find them. The next part is about how to apply for such a job, how to go through the interview procedure and, afterwards, how to manage to settle comfortably in Germany.
How can it be that interesting to work in Germany or for a German company?
Imagine a country whose inhabitants work fewer hours than almost any others, whose workforce is not particularly productive and whose children spend less time at school than most of its neighbors. But the country described above is none other than Germany, Europe's industrial powerhouse and the world's second largest exporter; a country whose economy has single-handedly stopped the euro-zone falling back into recession and the only nation rich enough to save the euro.
You can see that Germany has one of the highest salaries within the whole of Europe. Just in Scandinavia you will be able to earn even more.
I am very sure, that you will be able to find the perfect position in Germany and get easily along with the social system and the society itself if you follow all the advices that I have given you.
Of course, if there should be further questions regarding any of the topics that I have talked about in this course, do not hesitate to write me a mail or start a discussion within this course.
All the best for your future and have enormous fun in Germany!
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|Section 1: Introduction|
In this video, I give you a first idea of what knowledge you necessarily need if you want to get an excellent job in Germany or at any German company all around the world
In this video, I talk about the German language course that I also offer at Udemy and tell you how you can get access to this course for free of charge
In this video, I talk about the German language course that I also offer at Udemy and tell you how you can get access to this course
|Section 2: The first steps to take finding the perfect job|
In this video, I talk about the first steps that you have to take by finding the perfect job: where and how do you search for it and how will companies find the profile that you yourself can put online
In this video, I talk about how you can present your personal profile on social media platforms like LinkedIn and/or Xing.
In this video, I give you all the necessary information that you need if you have to go through a visa and working-permit procedure
In this video, I let you know how your resumé and your diploma or any other qualifications have to be presented to the company that you apply at - part 1
In this video, I let you know how your resumé and your diploma or any other qualifications have to be presented to the company that you apply at - part 2
|Section 3: How to go through the interview procedure|
In this video, I give you a first idea how to get prepared for the job interview: what to wear and how to behave in general
In this video, I give you a more detailed picture of what you have to expect at the interview and how to make sure you leave the right impression at your prospective employer
|Section 4: Organizing important paperwork|
In this video, I give you all the important facts that you have to focus on by going through your working contract
In this video, I tell you how to go through the necessary paperwork as you are doing your annual tax declaration
In this video, I give you an overview of all the existing social funds in Germany and how you can profit from them
|Section 5: Increase your life quality|
In this video, I give you the necessary information that you need when taking your family members with you to Germany
In this video, I talk about the German language in general and tell you why it makes perfect sense to get grip of the language
|Section 6: Additional documents|
Job-hunting - Important list
Important Sites For Paperwork
Best Practices - CV Examples
What to Wear in Interview
I am working as a team leader in a personal recruitment agency. We do staff experts in different sections into midsized and big companies that are located in Germany and Switzerland. In my daily business I guide qualified employees through the application procedure and keep my ears open to all the questions that might come up within this process. I deal with specialists from all over the world, mostly from all different European countries.
You can understand that extraordinary rhetorical abilities and a precise utilization of the German and also English language are a very important part of my daily business at work.
On top of that, I have a personal faible for languages as such and especially for my mother language, which is German. For this reason, I am already helping international students learn German for several years. As my German, it is completely free of any dialects (which you don't find very often in Germany), my students learn the high German (a.k.a “Hochdeutsch" in German language).
Apart from German, I do also speak English, French and Turkish on an advanced up to a very advanced level.
I have a grown son who is also fluent in English and French (actually he was the first student I taught in learning a foreign language).
Privately, I do love to spend my time in reading German and English literature. As a language enthusiast, I am taking language classes in Turkish in order to improve my language skills. Last, but not least, I am doing a lot of sports as a compensation to all the mental work.