To work in Germany is easier than ever before. This are the Top 10 professions currently in demand in Germany. (This list shows those professions were the number of avaible jobs is much higher than the number of professionals searching for work)
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Work in Germany as an Engineer
If you have a university degree in one of the following professions than you have excellent career opportunities in Germany.
mechanical and automotive engineering professions (Engineer)
mechatronics, energy and electronics professions (Engineer)
metal and welding engineering
technical research and development
technical drawing (not design draughtsman), construction and model making
supply and disposal
computer sciences, IT application consulting, software development and programming
Work in Germany with a technical vocational training
If you are a specialist or skilled worker with vocational training, your changes for a job in Germany are good with
plumbing, sanitary, heating and air-conditioning technology
vehicle guidance in railway traffic
Work in Germany as a certified Nurse or Doctor
human medicine (without dentists)
healthcare and nursing care, emergency medical service, obstetrics (i.e. graduate professionals in health and nursing)
elderly care (i.e. graduate professionals in elderly care)
Work in Germany in the hotel and catering industry
all occupations on a skilled-worker level e.g. chef, restaurant specialist, hotel clerk, professional system caterer, etc
Demand in the different industries varies over time. Since the German population is aging fast, we expect demand in most high educational professions to grow over time. A good example is Nursing were are currently 10 avaible jobs for every 3 unemployed certified nurses. A number that will grow in the next decade. The source of this list is the Bottleneck analysis of the Federal Employment Agency of Germany.