Did you know that Germany possesses the largest labor pool in the European Union? Statistical data from March 2021 also shows that the country has one of the lowest unemployment rates within the EU. The German labor market is particularly attractive and advantageous for young talented professionals in search of a successful career path, as the country has the lowest youth unemployment rate (6%) among all 27 EU member states.
On a worldwide level, Germany has the fourth largest national economy, remaining stable even after the hit of the COVID-19 pandemic, followed by a national lockdown. How is that achieved?, you might ask. Germany is widely known for being the home country to famous global players like BMW, Daimler, Allianz and Siemens. What may surprise many, however, is the fact that the majority of German companies contributing to its economic triumph are actually small and medium-sized enterprises, for which an industrious 61% of the labor force works.
In addition, Germany holds the bronze or 3rd position in the export of goods, leaving the first and second position to China and the United States.
These impressive facts together with the absolutely favorable working conditions as well as open-minded culture make Germany an even more desirable place to enhance your career opportunities.
However, before that easily turns into reality, you need to receive the right work permit or visa.
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