Interpreter

It goes without saying that in addition to having excellent language skills, you need to have a high degree of concentration

Dismissal!

No reason to bury your head in the sand

Palaeontologist

People have been fascinated by the evolution of all life forms since time immemorial

Optometrists

Optometrists are true all-rounders

On the same wavelength

How to get on with your colleagues

Environmental Consultant

They propose environmentally friendly ways to improve the living conditions of humans and animals, for example in the context of construction projects

Museum curator

Extraordinary works of art, witnesses of a bygone era, documents of special people or events

Workplace checklist

How to make your daily work as comfortable as possible

Photographer

If you want to work as a photographer, you should have a certain eye for aesthetics and a good feeling for customer wishes

How do I negotiate my starting salary?

The money issue is often a little tricky

Defying shyness

How to spend a successful evening among colleagues

Zoologist

They examine the behaviour, development, lifestyle and reproduction of various species of animals

Are you still looking or have you found something?

What should you look for in your job search?

Looking for work can be complex and time-consuming. You should ask the right questions: What can I do? What do I want to do? What am I willing to do and under what circumstances? Or, above all, where should I look for it?

Of course, it is good to have an idea of what you would like to do. This allows you to focus better and search more specifically. But sometimes one’s appetite comes only with eating, or rather the idea comes while you’re looking for something.

A profile that you didn’t think of?

A job description that you didn’t know in that specific form? Job pages on the Internet as well as in the newspaper, employment agencies, and brokers offer a variety of positions.

Sometimes trends emerge, with some profiles being more in demand than others. All in all, the offer remains variable and extensive if you look around enough and take full advantage of the potential offered.

To help you get the most out of your job search in the future, we will be describing the process of looking for a job on its various levels and different sub-levels here. You will find both valuable tips from A to Z as well as reminders to refresh some points from time to time. You’ll get information on optimal CV design, proper editing of the application letter, various rules of behaviour for email and telephone contact, job interviews, and social media, different application methods, outfit tips for for appointments etc.

All in all, we would like to offer you a complete package from which you can extract and profit as much as you can. We wish you every success in finding you dream job!