Links on living and working in Germany
|Your Europe - Website run by the European Union|
Advice and assistance for EU citizens and their families, if they wish to live, work, travel to or study in another EU country.
|Make it in Germany|
“Make it in Germany”, the multilingual website for international qualified professionals, informs people interested in migrating to Germany how to successfully plan their move – from the preparations in their home country to their arrival and the first steps in Germany. The website also features job listings.
|BAMF - Website of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees|
The website’s “Welcome to Germany” section offers information, telephone numbers and contact addresses. This service is intended to help you to quickly feel at home in Germany.
|EURES - Website of the network of European Employment Services|
EURES is a cooperation network which seeks to facilitate the free movement of workers in the 28 EU countries, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
|Fair Mobility - Website run by the German Trade Union Confederation|
This site offers advice and support to mobile workers from Central and Eastern European EU countries regarding the enforcement of fair wages and working conditions in the German labour market.
|BMAS - Website of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs|
The website of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs provides information in the “Our Topics” section about labour law, occupational health and safety and vocational training in Germany, among other subjects. The Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs also offers a public information service.
|ADS - Website of the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency|
The Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency provides information about people’s rights if they experience discrimination. It highlights whether and how these rights can be enforced.