Working in Munich
The city of Munich and the Munich metropolitan area belongs to the most successful economic regions of Germany.
There is almost full employment. Competent new employees and highly qualified workforce are searched consistantly in all areas of the economy and daily life.
Munich therefore offers a huge number of jobs. The special kind of cooperation of family enterprises, middle and large-scale enterprises as well as many different branches makes this region to one of the most successful European economic locations in worldwide trade. Big and small enterprises, large-scale industry and suppliers work in Munich hand in hand together. Highly qualified employees are as needed as professionals, service providers and craftsmen.
Beside world groups like BMW, Allianz, Siemens, Munich Re Versicherung there are very successful international companies in branches like:
- Electrical engineering,
- Mechanical engineering,
- Trade and
The economic power and the variety of operating enterprises are asking for all kind of professional forces. The motivation to integrate foreign employees is very high.
It is possible to accept your high-school diploma/A-levels, your final degree or your apprenticeship in Germany. Specialist solicitors and IHK Munich are prepared to assist you with this procedure.
In any case you need a translation of important documents like your certificate of birth, your final degree and high-school diploma/A-levels amongst others. You need those translations for any enquiries by the authorities. Only a sworn translator can translate and verify your certificates legally. It is possible to translate your certificates and documents in your mother country or in Munich. Gohelp.y is also prepared to assist you in orginazing this.
Specialists, migrating from a NON-EU-Member-State, need to be holder of the Blue Card EU for being allowed to work in Munich.
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EURES helps workers to cross borders
EURES - European Employment Services - is a cooperation network designed to facilitate the free movement of workers within the European Economic Area;Switzerland is also involved. Partners in the network include public employment services, trade union and employers' organisations. The network is coordinated by the European Commission.