“I applied for 50-100 jobs in Germany but never got a job interview.”
Every year I ask thousands of expatriates in Germany: What is your biggest career challenge? The first answer is, of course: “German language”. But this is not the real obstacle.
The median expatriate has applied to 50-150 jobs in Germany, but got only zero to three job interviews. Many international professionals apply to 200 or 300 different German jobs: Zero result.
The real reason is: German Angst. Expats apply to the wrong people in the wrong way and get rejected immediately. I help my clients to change that. They are so successful that I guarantee that my clients get a job offer within six months.
“Hello, my name is Chris Pyak and I GUARANTEE that you will get a job offer in Germany within six months – if you implement my advice.”
on 15 February 2018
at 19.00 CET
Start the new year by only applying for jobs after you already got the job interview. In this special edition of the Expats Career Webinar I will share with you how my clients secure job interviews with German employers before they officially apply.
Inspire German employers to hire you in English and learn German “on the job”.
Send your CV to Human Resources with the pleasant feeling that this is just a formality – because you are already scheduled for a job interview.
Get better salaries and working conditions – because your future boss understands exactly what you bring to the table.
Charmaine got a job
“Chris….. I got a job… Through my connections.. Thanks for encouraging me and inspiring me to keep fighting and getting in contact with all possible people who could help me!!”
Kemeny Phuong Linh got a job
“Hello Chris, Hope you do still remember me 🙂 Just want to let you know that I got a job offer! You are right, we (foreigners) just don’t know the correct way to approach German employers, but we are not inferior to any German applicants! Thank you, Chris, for your useful tips!”
Rachel got a job
“I actually attended one of your webinars back in 2016 when I was starting the job hunt, I took many notes and thankfully found a job here at InterNations.”
Rachel Enright, InterNations GmbH
It’s time to take control over your career. German Angst is ruling Human Resources Departments. But you are fearless. Start solving real problems for managers and make yourself indispensable.