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Find an apprenticeship, traineeship or a qualified job in Germany today.

  • Gain valuable professional experience in an economically strong country
  • Use our fair and transparent placement process
  • Benefit from the same rights and and salaries as your German colleagues using our website
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Did you know?

According to current forecasts, businesses in Germany need 400,000 immigrants a year to keep the German economy running. In other developed countries, the situation is similar.


How to use TraWoX.com

There is no easier way to find a job in Germany

Take a look around which of the jobs on TraWoX suits you best

Fill in the application form, write a motivational letter and upload your CV, certificates or diploma.

Now you have the opportunity to apply for many jobs at TraWoX easily

Depending on the job you want to apply for, you must be able to speak German well. You have to be able to speak at least A1, for jobs in nursing even B2.

If everything goes well, you will receive an invitation to a video interview. It is important that you are well prepared for it.

If you receive a job offer and agree with it, you can sign the employment contract.

you will prepare all your documents that are necessary for your new job. Your language skills are also very important!

As soon as you obtain the visa, you can travel to Germany. Your new employer will help you to find an accomodation.

After you start your new job you should make sure that your occupation is accredited in Germany.

Qualifications and requirements

Au Pair Definition

Recognized training

You should have completed vocational training in a skilled trade, a degree in engineering, IT, software development, programming or in a nursing profession. Work experience would be desirable. In order to verify the equivalence between your education and the German education, you have to go through a certain procedure.

Language competence

To be allowed to work in Germany, you must be able to demonstrate language skills at least at the A1 level (trade and engineering professions) to B2 (healthcare). To learn the language skills from scratch up to B2 level, you need at least one year.
 

Accommodation

Your future employer will arrange accommodation for you. This may be a room in an employee residence, a rented apartment, or a room in a shared apartment. The rent will not exceed one third of your net income.
 

Why Germany needs you!

AVERAGE 3.000 € SALARY/MONTH
NEEDED 17.000 NURSES
NEEDED 25.000 ELDERLY CARE NURSES
NEEDED 300.000 HEALTH CARE STAFF BY 2035

How to improve your language skills while being in Germany

You want to move to Germany now but you don't speak German at a B1 level yet? If you are between 18 and 26 years old, you can become an Au Pair in a German Host Family, in order to improve your German skills. It's an easy way to learn German while being immersed into the culture and interacting with German native speakers on a daily basis. After 12 months, your German will be good enough to get a work permit and find a job or apprenticeship.
Learn German as an Au Pair

Benefits & Costs

Find out about benefits and costs of working in Germany:

Your advantages:

  • Your starting salary per month will be at least €2,000 gross before recognition and €2,400 gross after recognition.
  • After taxes and social security contributions, your salary will be between € 1,500 and € 1,800 net.
  • You will benefit from health, unemployment and pension insurance.
  • Your employer will help you find an accommodation.
  • Our service is free of charge for applicants.
     

Costs you have to bear:

  • Costs for all necessary documents such as translation of certificates
  • Costs for the necessary medical examinations
  • Costs for the language school
  • Travel costs to Germany

Frequently Asked Question

Do you have any questions about the program or our website?
How much does a nurse in Germany earn?
During the 3 years of training, the payment is between 1,040-1,200 € per month before taxes. Fully qualified nurses earn around 2,000-3,000 € gross. The exact number depends on the working field, the employer and the work experience.
Can I register on TraWoX.com even if I don’t speak German?
Yes, you can! If you are a certified nurse, or you already work in the healthcare field, you just need to be ready to start studying German. Your goal will be to reach a B1 or B2 level in approximately one year. During this time, we will have found a suitable job for you and you can move to Germany right away.
How do I become a registered nurse in Germany?
To become a registered nurse in Germany, you need to complete a professional training which takes 3 years. If you’re already trained as a nurse in your home country, the state of Germany can recognize your qualification. The requirements are good German language skills (at least level B1) and a training equivalent to the German one.
How many hours do nurses work in Germany?
Nurses in Germany usually work 38-40 hours per week which involves 7-9 hour shifts. In most cases, they will also have shifts during the night or on the weekend and on holidays but not more than 5 days a week.