These are the Top 10 Job Portals and Job Websites in Germany (2023)

by James | 16 May 2020 | Finding a Job

Whether you’re looking for part time work, or full time employmnet, virtual job boards are the best place to start your job search.

Traditional outlets such as newspaper ads, or postings on corporate websites’ career pages, are dwindling in popularity due to scarcity of talent and the war to hire the best candidates.

Having their ad seen everywhere is key, both for internal HR managers and specialist recruitment firms alike.

Here are the top 10 job portals in Germany (based on monthly traffic) from Crosswater Job Guide’s statistics:

1. Indeed
2. StepStone
3. Arbeitsagentur
4. LinkedIn
5. Meinestadt.de
6. Jobrapido.de
7. Kimeta
8. Xing Stellenmarkt
9. Monster Deutschland
10. Stellenanzeigen.de

We go into each of these sites in more detail below, to give you a more focused strategy of where to look, how they differ from one another and which ones are the best for some of the specifics you may need.

If you’re looking for specific advice on job searches in Berlin or Munich, then check out the articles below.

Finding an English speaking job in Munich

Finding an English speaking job in Berlin

We’ve also covered more generic tips around searching for English speaking jobs in Germany too.

The Top 10 Job Portals in Germany (based on search traffic)

According to Crosswater Job Guide, there are over 1,200 active job search websites in Germany. You could easily become overwhelmed quickly without knowing where you’re likely to get the most value from your search.

One thing that you’ll need to do BEFORE you start applying for jobs in Germany is to ensure you have optimised your CV and cover letter according to the German format. If you haven’t optimised your resume, then your application will almost certainly land straight in the trash.

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1. Indeed

Indeed has grown exponentially over the past 10 years or so to become one of the most important jobs portals in Germany. Back in 2009, when I was looking to change my employer in Germany, Indeed was barely on the radar. Now, they get the most monthly search traffic in Germany.

The look and feel of Indeed is pretty basic. Honestly, I prefer the UX on most of the competitor sites, but Indeed also has some additional useful functions.

Indeed has also created a very useful crowdsourced database of employees’ ratings of their employers. If you’re considering applying for a position, even if it’s not advertised on Indeed, it’s definitely worth checking out this function just based on the sheer number of reviews on here.

Other than filtering by job title and location, you’re also able to sort based on relevance of the position (based on the keywords you searched for) and date the position was advertised. There’s no option unfortunately to search by language of the job ad.

You can also upload your CV and store this inside the platform if you register, to save uploading each time you apply for a new job.

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As a Mainz supporter, we’ll overlook the fact that Indeed is the shirt sponsor of local rivals Eintracht Frankfurt…

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2. StepStone

Almost since looking for jobs on the internet became a thing, StepStone has seemingly been the front runner for job portals in Germany.

While Indeed may have pipped them when it comes to monthly visitors, I suspect you’ll end up spending more time on StepStone’s site simply because the experience is way more pleasant and there are some really neat features on here.

It’s the only top job search portal that allows you to filter out job ads in English, without having to look at the more niche search engines which scrape English speaking jobs from other portals and job boards on the internet.

Furthermore, it also has a pretty detailed salary comparison tool, helping you get an idea of what the average salaries are for the roles you’re interested in. If you take the personalised survey, you’ll get an output which takes into consideration the location of the job, your relevant work experience and the seniority of the position.

Otherwise, the basic salary search by job title will give you a lower and upper range.

Just like on Indeed, you can register and upload your CV directly onto the StepStone platform.

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3. Arbeitsagentur

The Federal Agency for Employment (Bundesagentur für Arbeit) makes it into the top 3 with their own database of unfilled vacancies.

This one is the odd-man-out of the top 10 job portals in Germany: these are jobs which are actively posted by the job centre, based on companies who have informed them of their open vacancies.

As a government department, there is no active commercial model in play here. Consequently, the BfA’s search portal also contains every conceivable job you could think of, from temporary, unskilled work right the way through to top managerial positions.

The site and portal itself has some English language functionality. You can navigate through the JOBBÖRSE in English. You can also search for open positions by entering English job titles, which will be automatically translated into German. Search results will then appear in German, too.

To submit online applications through the platform, you’ll need to be registered in the Arbeitsagentur’s system. Smaller companies who may not be able to afford paying for job ads on the bigger recruiting sites are the diamonds in the rough who you’ll likely find through here.

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LinkedIn

I’ve spoken about this before in our main article on how to find English speaking jobs, as well as the individual articles I put together for Berlin and Munich.

LinkedIn is GOLD for job seekers. It’s like your online CV and personal record of achievement. LinkedIn may not be as popular in Germany as many other countries due to its domestic rival, Xing, but nonetheless it offers a huge opportunity to reach approx. 9 million active users in Germany.

What’s more, because of Xing’s presence and previous dominance within German-speaking Europe, I really see this as an advantage if you’re an avid LinkedIn user. The content published tends to be a lot more English language driven as a result.

LinkedIn (perhaps unsurprisingly, given its parent company is Microsoft) is much better in my opinion than some competitor sites when it comes to search using relevant keywords.

Where LinkedIn really comes into its own though is through being able to find recruiters and headhunters in the industry you’re seeking a job in. If a couple of them like your CV and experience, they’ll do your work for you. They’ll put you in touch with recruiting managers, help you with introductions to hiring companies and generally be like a virtual assistant for your job search.

Remember though, this will only happen if you’re of some commercial value to them though…they’re in it for the commission!

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5. Meinestadt.de

This is the only one of the top 10 jobs websites in Germany (based on website traffic) which focuses primarily on jobs for non-graduates. If getting ANY job as a means to intensively learn German is your strategy, and you’re focused on a specific location, Meinestadt.de could offer you some unique opportunities not found on the other sites.

It’s also worth noting that Meinestadt isn’t JUST a jobs portal (the clue is in the name), nor is it their primary focus. It’s essentially a directory and a portal for your local area. As such, they also offer pages with property for rent, a dating portal and cars for sale.

Think of it as kind of a Craigslist or Gumtree equivalent in German.

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6. Jobrapido.de

The highest traffic jobs search engine, Jobrapido is definitely worth a look because it’s not just a me-too version of the job marketplaces listed higher up in the rankings.

What’s the difference between a jobs board / jobs marketplace and a jobs search engine site? Well, jobs marketplaces are typically responsible for their own content. Hiring companies or agencies pay them to post jobs, or the different jobs marketplaces syndicate each other’s content.

Job search engines work a bit differently. They scrape the internet for job ads, and as such, they often feature different open positions than the job marketplaces. Their crawling technology has the ability to scrape job ads from companies’ own web pages, so if a hiring company is not posting on one of the major job marketplaces, then you may spot some unique content on sites such as this.

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7. Kimeta

Similar offering to Jobrapido above, Kimeta is also a jobs search engine and has a very similar feel and UX. This and Jobrapido are the only search engines among the top 10 job websites in Germany.

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8. Xing Stellenmarkt

Xing is a native German competitor to LinkedIn and, up until recently, was only available in German. I suspect because they’re under intense pressure from their huge American competitor, also in the German-speaking market, they have recently raised their game. Not only do they have their site completely in English as well as German, they have also made some significant improvements and invested heavily in their job search function.

The result is that it gets over 2 million page views and easily makes the top 10.

9. Monster Deutschland

When I first moved to Germany, this was one of the major players. Since then, Monster has fallen from the lofty heights it once enjoyed and these days is offering nothing special or unique. Chances are, if you’ve used StepStone or Indeed, you’re unlikely to need to search for very long on Monster.

10. Stellenanzeigen.de

Another one worth a look, but again, unlikely to offer a hugely unique offering versus the major players. One cool feature with Stellenanzeigen.de, however, is their option to filter by popular companies. Great if you’ve specifically got your eye on a particular company who you’d love to work for.

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Experteer

Even though this isn’t one of the top job portals in Germany by traffic or job postings, it deserves a special mention because German job ads typically don’t indicate the expected salary range. This is especially annoying because you could risk wasting time applying for something below your expectations.

The advantage ofExperteeris that it only advertises roles which pay above €60,000 per year. The downside is that it’s a premium site costing €11.90 per month. But then if you’re targeting a salary of over €60k a year, then stop being a tight arse and get your credit card out!

Because Experteer tends to play at the higher end of the market, there also tends to be more job descriptions in English.

Others

Two others worth a mention are Neuvoo and ZipRecruiter. Even though these don’t make it into the top 10 based on monthly website traffic alone, they are both pretty big fish internationally. Therefore definitely worth a look, especially if you’re seeking a job with an international company.

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FAQs

How can I get job in Germany website? ›

The official ones
  1. Job Exchange of the German Federal Employment Agency.
  2. The Central Agency of Foreign and Professional Affairs (ZAV)
  3. www.stepstone.de.
  4. www.indeed.de.
  5. www.staufenbiel.de.
  6. www.jobvector.de.
  7. www.xing.de.
  8. www.linkedin.de.
19 Mar 2019

What is the best way to find a job in Germany? ›

Job Board (Stellensuche) of the Federal Employment Agency

The BA's Stellensuche (job board) is Germany's largest online portal for jobs. You can look for jobs and enter your personal applicant profile so that German companies are able to see it and can therefore contact you directly if they are interested.

Which is the best portal for job search? ›

15 Top Job Sites and Boards
  • Indeed Job Search.
  • Glassdoor Jobs.
  • LinkedIn.
  • Google for Jobs.
  • Monster.
  • ZipRecruiter.
  • Simply Hired.
  • CareerBuilder.
7 Jul 2022

Which job is most demand in Germany? ›

What is the most demanded job in Germany?
  • Electronics Engineer.
  • Computer Science, IT professionals and Software Developers.
  • Mechanical Engineering.
  • Account Managers / Business analysts.
  • Civil Engineer / Architect.
3 Aug 2022

Which company pays highest in Germany? ›

Top Germany Salaries - By Employer

The best paying company in Germany is Rothschild & Co, offering an average salary of $625,000.

What kind of job is easy to get in Germany? ›

Germany is a great place to find engineering and manufacturing jobs. The country has a strong economy and offers many opportunities in these fields. German companies are known for their high quality products, so if you're looking for a career in engineering or manufacturing, Germany is a great place to start.

Is it easy to get job in Germany on job seeker visa? ›

But not everyone needs this type of visa to search for employment in Germany. You will find out the details in no time. Obtaining a job seeker visa to Germany is not easy, you will have to be eligible and fulfil all the requirements and go through the application process with a lot of precision.

Can we get job easily in Germany? ›

Germany is the highest job provider country with an unemployment rate of 3.9%. So, Germany can offer you high-profile jobs if you are qualified and possess the relevant skills and knowledge. If you seek employment in Germany then you must apply for a job when you are studying at a university.

What is the minimum salary to get work permit in Germany? ›

If you apply for a Blue Card, your salary must be at least 56,400€ per year (before taxes). If there is a shortage of skilled workers in your field, your salary must be at least 43,992€ per year. This list shows which fields have a shortage of skilled workers. If you can, find a job before you come to Germany.

How much is salary in Germany? ›

According to Statista, in 2021, the average gross annual salary in Germany was 47.700 euros a year, or 3.975 euros a month. The numbers above are for all of Germany. However, the average gross salary will depend greatly on your location, professional experience, education, size of the company, and gender.

Can I get a job in Germany without speaking German? ›

In short: yes, there are English-speaking jobs in Germany. Foreigners who look for jobs in tech startups or digital departments have a higher chance of finding work in Germany without speaking German.

Which app is best to get jobs? ›

The 9 Best Job Search Apps (2022)
  • Indeed.
  • Monster.
  • Careerbuilder.
  • Glassdoor.
  • Linkedin.
  • Snagajob.
  • Dice.
  • Upwork.
13 Jan 2022

Which website is best for job search for freshers? ›

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...
Best Job portals for Private Jobs
  • TimesAscent – Job portals in India. ...
  • LinkedIn Jobs. ...
  • Indeed. ...
  • TimesJobs – Job portals in India. ...
  • Monster India – Job portals in India. ...
  • Glassdoor. ...
  • Freshersworld. ...
  • Construction Placements Job Board.

Which city in Germany pays highest salary? ›

The South pays the highest average salary in Germany

In Hessen people earn €60,936 on average, followed by Baden-Württemberg (€60,182) and Bavaria (€60,013).

Does Germany pay high salary? ›

After all, German salaries are among the highest in the EU. In Germany, the net monthly salary between 2,500 EUR and 3,000 EUR is good, and over 3,500 EUR is very good. The average gross wage in Germany in 2022 is 51,010 EUR or 31,386 EUR after-tax for a single person.

How much salary is good in Germany? ›

Average Gross Salary in Germany. An average gross salary for full time employees in Germany in H1 2022 was ca 4,250 euros a month incl. bonuses according to the StepStone Gehaltsreport 2022. Self-employed, part-time jobbers and people with very low income below the taxable level were not included in these statistics.

What jobs make a lot of money in Germany? ›

Germany: Which will be Highest Paid Professions of 2020?
OccupationAverage Salary
Specialist doctor78,000 Euros
Fund manager75,800 Euros
Corporate finance manager75,400 Euros
Key Account manager72,600 Euros
6 more rows
21 Jan 2020

What is the best company to work for in Germany? ›

The best employers in 2022
  • Salesforce (4,7)
  • Google (4,6)
  • Boston Consulting Group (4,6)
  • Mercedes-Benz International (4,5)
  • Porsche (4,4)
  • SAP (4,4)
  • OTTO (4,4)
  • Boehringer Ingelheim (4,4)
23 Jan 2022

Which is the cheapest city to live in Germany? ›

Cost of living in Berlin

Despite being the capital, Berlin is one of Germany's cheapest cities. Rental prices vary massively, but as a rule of thumb, the west remains much more expensive than the east. You can rent a one-bed flat in Berlin for €00 upwards.

Why salary is low in Germany? ›

Because a salary in Germany comprises more comprehensive social security and health insurance benefits than in most other countries in the world, half of which is paid by the employer so that the acutal cost of employing someone is about 25% higher than their salary.

Which country gives work visa easily? ›

South Korea. For native speakers of the English language, South Korea is one of the easiest countries to get a work visa to. This is because of its E2 teaching visa, which allows you to move to South Korea and teach English with only a bachelor's degree.

How much bank balance is required for Germany job seeker visa? ›

German embassies and consulates generally require that you provide a bank statement of an escrow/blocked account (Sperrkonto) with a balance of at least €720 for each month of the visa. For a six-month Job Seeker Visa, this is €4,320 (although this may vary depending on where you apply).

What is the age limit for Germany job seeker visa? ›

Eligibility: Qualification – Bachelor/Master's/Polytechnic Diploma of 3 years. Age 18 to 45 years. Work Experience of Minimum 1 year in relevant field.

How much does a work visa cost in Germany? ›

The cost for a German work permit (employment visa) is 75 EUR (90 USD). You will need to complete Germany's work permit visa (or employment permit) application form, called Antrag auf Erlaubnis einer Beschäftigung, and get a residence permit or Antrag auf Erteilung eines Aufenthaltstitels.

Can I work in Germany without a degree? ›

The German work permit provides the same working rights as a Blue Card without the requirement of a university degree. As a developer, if your salary is within the average range for your role and your employer can justify their choice to hire you over a local applicant, you are likely eligible for this working visa.

What level of German is required to get a job in Germany? ›

Generally, German language skills at level A1 of the CEFR are required here. However, there are numerous exceptions, which you can read up on in this section.

What are the 4 types of visa? ›

Which type of visa do you need? Probably one of the four main types: tourist, immigration, student, or work.

How much do Germany pay per hour? ›

Minimum wage in Germany
DateMinimum wage (gross)
January 1 - June 30, 20219,50 euros per hour
July 1 - December 31, 20219,60 euros per hour
January 1 - June 30, 20229,82 euros per hour
July 1, 2022 onwards10,45 euros per hour

How do I know if my German visa is approved? ›

Track an application
  1. Website: Click here for applications lodged on or after 02 November 2019.
  2. Web chat: Chat Now
  3. Email: Send an email to info.canger@vfshelpline.com.
  4. Helpline Number: +4921173714828.
  5. Visit the Visa Application Centre to track your application.

How many hours work in Germany? ›

Minimum and maximum working time

The maximum daily amount of working time must not exceed ten hours. However, the law stipulates that the working hours on business days (Monday until Saturday) must not exceed an average of eight working hours per day, ie 48 hours per week, over a period of six months or 24 weeks.

What is the lowest paid job in Germany? ›

The lowest-paying jobs in Germany include:
  • Waitress.
  • Backer.
  • Dental Assistant.
  • Call Center Agent.
  • Receptionist.
  • Chef/Cook.
  • Salesperson/Customer Advisor in Retail.
  • Cashier.
12 Oct 2022

How much is rent in Germany? ›

On average, to cover your living expenses in Germany you will need around 934 euros per month (around $906 US dollars) or 11,208 euros per year (around $10,876 US dollars).
...
Which region has the highest cost of living in Germany?
Rent
Munich1,094.30€ -1
Berlin795.90€ – 4
Hamburg838.94€ – 3
Frankfurt868.91€ – 2
9 more columns

Can I get a job in Germany without ielts? ›

English language proficiency in the form of IELTS is not an eligibility requirement for work visas in Germany. However, having an IELTS certification will significantly increase your job opportunities.

Can I get a job in Germany without a visa? ›

Visa Needed? All persons who wish to seek gainful employment in Germany are required to obtain a residence permit in the form of a visa.

Can you work in Germany without papers? ›

To be allowed to live and work there legally, you must have a German work and residence permit. You don't have to apply for a German work permit separately from a residence permit; you get them both through a single application at the German Immigration Authority Office (Ausländerbehörde).

What online app pays the most? ›

Here's a list of the 10 highest paying apps for your smartphone.
  • Survey Junkie.
  • Swagbucks.
  • LifePoints.
  • Nielsen Computer & Mobile Panel.
  • Fetch Rewards.
  • YouGov.
  • MyPoints.
  • Inbox Dollars.

Which app is best for job search in abroad? ›

To expand your search, check out our recommendations for where to find expat jobs online.
  1. Indeed Worldwide. ...
  2. Jooble. ...
  3. CareerBuilder International. ...
  4. CareerJet. ...
  5. Go Abroad. ...
  6. Going Global. ...
  7. Monster Worldwide. ...
  8. Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)
6 Jun 2017

Which app has highest earning? ›

Top Grossing Apps Key Statistics
  • PUBG Mobile was the top grossing game of 2021, generating $2 billion revenue.
  • TikTok was the top grossing app of 2021, generating $1.7 billion revenue.
  • Genshin Impact saw the most growth in 2021, with a 220% increase in revenue to $1.3 billion.
3 Oct 2022

Which is the best job app for freshers? ›

So, enlisted below are the top ten best Job-search apps that have provided multiple opportunities to various people.
  • Linkedin. One of the best job-search apps you will ever find! ...
  • Naukri. ...
  • Monster Job. ...
  • Indeed. ...
  • TimesJobs. ...
  • Glassdoor. ...
  • Shine. ...
  • Hirect – start-up jobs & hiring.
2 Feb 2022

Which company is best for freshers to join? ›

Who offered highest salary to freshers in 2021: TCS, Infosys, HCL...
  • TCS. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS) offers an annual salary ranging from Rs. ...
  • Infosys. The Indian IT major, Infosys tops the list by offering the highest minimum salary of Rs. ...
  • HCL. ...
  • Wipro. ...
  • Tech Mahindra. ...
  • Capgemini. ...
  • Cognizant. ...
  • Accenture.

Which app is best for all government jobs? ›

1] FreeJobAlert.Com App

This app is providing free job alert for All India and State government jobs. If you are looking for fantastic easy to use government job alerts, free job alert platform is amazing. Many people have been using it for a few months and it makes finding new government jobs very easy.

How do I get a job? ›

How to get a job
  1. Reflect on your career aspirations. ...
  2. Research potential industries and job roles. ...
  3. Identify your transferable skills. ...
  4. Build your social media presence. ...
  5. Conduct informational interviews. ...
  6. Tailor your resume. ...
  7. Write a customized cover letter. ...
  8. Prepare for the interview mindfully.
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What is the best source for hiring? ›

Here are the top recruitment sources and approaches you can refer to when hiring employees at your organisation:
  1. Internal talent. ...
  2. Employee referrals. ...
  3. Past employees. ...
  4. Job boards and websites. ...
  5. Placement drives. ...
  6. Job fairs. ...
  7. Social media platforms. ...
  8. Media promotions.
28 Apr 2022

Which consultancy is good for Germany? ›

EduGermany is the best german education consultants in India for studying in Germany because they help you with everything. They guided me well throughout the entire formal procedure prior to traveling and they also took care of every requirement, that was necessary for entering Germany.

What is the best company to work for in Germany? ›

The best employers in 2022
  • Salesforce (4,7)
  • Google (4,6)
  • Boston Consulting Group (4,6)
  • Mercedes-Benz International (4,5)
  • Porsche (4,4)
  • SAP (4,4)
  • OTTO (4,4)
  • Boehringer Ingelheim (4,4)
23 Jan 2022

Which software skill is most in demand in Germany? ›

Computer science and IT is a job in High Demand in Germany right now.

What is the best job for foreigners in Germany? ›

Best Jobs in Germany
  • Craftsman (like locksmiths, plumber, carpenter etc.)
  • Engineers.
  • Manager.
  • IT-experts.
  • Professionals in the hospitality industry.
  • Administration.
  • Sales experts.
  • Medical professionals (especially nurses)
24 Jul 2022

Can we get job easily in Germany? ›

Germany is the highest job provider country with an unemployment rate of 3.9%. So, Germany can offer you high-profile jobs if you are qualified and possess the relevant skills and knowledge. If you seek employment in Germany then you must apply for a job when you are studying at a university.

Which country is best for online jobs? ›

10 best countries for remote workers
  • Romania.
  • Mauritius.
  • Japan.
  • Malta.
  • Costa Rica.
  • Panama.
  • Czech Rep.
  • Germany.
12 Apr 2022

Which country has most online jobs? ›

Now, they're becoming mainstream – not just in the United States, but around the world. In fact, the US is not the leader in freelance online jobs. India is, followed by the Philippines, and then the US, according to a new report by oDesk Corp. IN PICTURES: Top 10 nations for online work.

What is the best way to get a job in abroad? ›

How to Apply for Jobs Abroad
  1. Use international job boards to search for positions abroad. ...
  2. Send an application tailored to your destination country. ...
  3. Apply for a visa. ...
  4. Pack your bags and hit the road.
11 Aug 2022

Which city in Germany pays highest salary? ›

The South pays the highest average salary in Germany

In Hessen people earn €60,936 on average, followed by Baden-Württemberg (€60,182) and Bavaria (€60,013).

Does Germany pay high salary? ›

After all, German salaries are among the highest in the EU. In Germany, the net monthly salary between 2,500 EUR and 3,000 EUR is good, and over 3,500 EUR is very good. The average gross wage in Germany in 2022 is 51,010 EUR or 31,386 EUR after-tax for a single person.

What is a good salary in Germany? ›

60.000 euros a year in Germany is considered a good gross salary as it is well above the average salary of 47.700 euros a year for the whole country. Most Germans who earn 60.000 euros or more are very happy with their salary.

Which is the cheapest city to live in Germany? ›

Cost of living in Berlin

Despite being the capital, Berlin is one of Germany's cheapest cities. Rental prices vary massively, but as a rule of thumb, the west remains much more expensive than the east. You can rent a one-bed flat in Berlin for €00 upwards.

Which jobs are in demand in Germany 2022? ›

Work in Germany: High Demand Jobs in 2022
  • IT Specialists.
  • IT Consultants/Analysts.
  • Data Scientists/Analysts.
  • Software Developers.
  • Doctors.
  • Engineers.
  • Mechanical and Vehicle Engineers.
  • Electrical Engineers.
12 Aug 2022

Which course is demand in Germany? ›

One can't simply choose one, as engineering in Germany is a long and demanding career. Germany has renowned private and public universities that provide pretty good quality engineering courses, which are future-proof in almost all sectors.

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