Below are some resources that will help you in your job hunt in Munich.
The first step to your job hunt is to have a professional looking, error-free Curriculum Vitae (lebenslauf) and a cover letter. Make sure that you adapt your letter to highlight how you can match what the employer is looking for. A one-size-fits-all approach is almost guaranteed not to work.
To make your application even more accurate, below are some tips on how to write a German CV. In Germany, applying for a job requires a bit more documentation than in other countries. German employers want a lot of information about a candidate even before they make their first decisions on whom to accept for an interview, so all applications need to include:
The German CV is a short, factual document of your key experiences and achievements and shouldn’t be more than a page long. It should include key details like personal information, professional experience, studies up to secondary school, studies after secondary school, other education and miscellaneous experiences. For more information on how to write a German CV, log onto
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