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Germany
16 Jan 2024
Germany
Visa
Visa Visa required
Useful information
Car traffic
Car traffic Right-hand
Currency
Currency Euro
Language
Language German
Phone code
Phone code +49
Minimum passport validity
Minimum passport validity at least 6 months
Covid There are no COVID restrictions
Insurance policy Insurance policy is required

Employment opportunities for Ukrainians in Germany

Germany is a country with a strong economy and a high standard of living, which makes it an attractive destination for foreigners seeking employment opportunities. With a population of over 83 million people and a GDP of $4.2 trillion, Germany has a diverse and thriving labor market that offers a range of job opportunities for both German and non-German citizens.


One of the biggest advantages of working in Germany is the country's low unemployment rate, which currently stands at 3.7% (as of March 2021). This means that there are plenty of job opportunities available in a variety of industries, including engineering, IT, healthcare, finance, and manufacturing.



In-demand Professions

Germany has a shortage of skilled workers in certain professions, particularly in the fields of engineering, healthcare, and IT. Some of the most in-demand professions in Germany include:

  1. Engineers (mechanical, electrical, software, etc.)
  2. IT professionals (programmers, developers, software engineers, etc.)
  3. Healthcare workers (nurses, doctors, pharmacists, etc.)
  4. Scientists (biologists, chemists, physicists, etc.)
  5. Teachers (primary, secondary, and tertiary education)

Types of long-term work visas to Germany

German labor law

Doing business in Germany / business visa