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Salary for your job in Germany

Salary for your job in Germany

Most of us mention some randomly expected salary in the cover letter or job portal due to the lack of information knowledge. These website give salary information based on, Profession Branches (industry type) Location You can find the salary details from the websites mentioned below. 1. Gehalt.de Link: https://www.gehalt.de/ You can use this website to find the approximate maximum salary for an open position. Type or copy and paste the exact job title in the search. 2. Gehaltsvergleich.com Link: https://www.gehaltsvergleich.com/…

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Minimum salary in Germany

Minimum salary in south Germany

Since there are many persons searching job (especially software engineers) from other countries in Germany, I will share the minimum salary in Baden-Württemberg state. Even though if you have done your interview well, salary negotiation plays an important role in Germany to get a job. If there is a vacancy in a company, there will be some specific budget to fill that position. It will lead to rejection if we demand more salary than the budget. Here are the minimum…

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Salary in Germany

Salary in Germany

What is the salary in Germany for my job? This will be the question for almost everyone of us. Although there are a few websites (also listed below), most of us don’t know the real salary. I will share my experience with you. There are many factors which decides the salary. Profession and qualification State City Working hours Company Tariff Profession and qualification Our salary in Germany is always based on our profession. We earn a salary based on our…

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5 things to do before coming to Germany in job seeker visa

If you want to find a job in Germany, it is necessary to be in Germany (for most of the jobs). For that purpose “job seeker visa” helps you. Job search visa is only for 6 months, which is not really enough time to start from the strach when you are in Germany. Those 6 months are not trail and error period for you. So it is to prepare yourself before coming to Germany. 1. Learn German language Although there…

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Do’s and Don’ts – Resume

DO’s Create a unique resume. Do not copy or do no use the tempates. Prepare like a timeline. Maximum 2 pages. Use clearly readable font. Use proper line spacing. DON’Ts Don’t use many colour fonts, try to use only black font. Don’t use more capital words and bold letters. Don’t explain anything in very detail. Don’t add too much information (points) in the experience. Don’t try to fill up the page without any important contents.

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Possible mistakes while writing a cover letter

Possible mistakes while writing a cover letter

It is not important that how many jobs you are applying but the quality of the application documents are very important. Even a few minor mistakes in your cover letter could lead to rejection. Here are some of the common mistakes which we make during cover letter preparation. Not in a proper format (Click here to know about the format and sample cover letter) Wrong date, month and sometimes also the year Addressing a wrong person Wrong company name Mentioning…

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Best months to apply for a job in Germany

Best months to apply for a job in Germany

Even though jobs are available throughout the year, there are a few months where you get very fewer interview calls. Based on my experience, I have divided this into two. Before summer vacation After summer vacation Major Holidays Here are the major school holidays in Germany. Easter holidays Whitsun (Pentecost) holidays Summer holidays Autumn holidays Christmas holidays The dates may differ based on the state. You can find about the school holidays in Germany in Schulferien.org – Ferien, Feiertage, Kalender.…

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DOs and DON'Ts - Cover Letter

DOs and DON’Ts – Cover Letter

Cover letter is very important for the job application. You can get the most valuable tips here to create a cover letter. DOs Cover letter should be only one page. Mention only the important points which are relevant to the job which you are applying. Write the correct contact person name. Write the correct company name. Adress the letter to a person. If it is not mentioned in the job opening, you can mention as “Dear recruiting team”. Mention your…

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Document Attestation

Attestation for certificates

In order to send the certificates to Germany, it is mostly necessary to get attestation You can get an attestation from several persons. But I recommend getting from the notary lawyer or from embassy or consulate. Notary from lawyer The most common way to get attestation is from the lawyer. It is sometimes a cheapest option to get your documents attested. From Embassy / Consulate Some universities accepts the attestation only from embassy or consulate. In those cases there are…

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