12 Pragmatic Tips on How to Find a Job in Berlin

Upon popular request, we’ve decided to do a special feature on how to find a job in Berlin. We understand that it is easy to be drawn to the city’s exponential cycle of technology, art, innovation and magic!

HonuGuava is a big proponent of unconventionality. We don’t believe that traditional ways to find employment in today’s volatile world are effective, nor are they efficient. In fact, in the age of entrepreneurship, it is all about an era-defining design vision of your own destiny. If you are privileged and lucky enough to choose a destination and work your way to finding your bliss, please go for it.

Should is how other people want us to live our lives… Choosing Must is the greatest thing we can do with our lives. And yet every day, countless hearths and hearts grow ashen in cubicles around the world as we succumb to the all too human tendency toward choosing what we should be doing in order to make a living over what we must do in order to feel alive.” Maria Popova

The 12 TIPS ABOUT HOW TO FIND A JOB IN BERLIN is exquisitely written by Cheryl Howard as part of her quest to inspire and equip individuals to move abroad.

Please note that you are NOT allowed to work in Germany (Or almost anywhere in the world) without a work visa/permit. Depending where you come from (Nationality), you will need to follow a particular procedure for eligibility to work in Berlin.

“Need help handling all of the complicated paperwork for a visa or getting settled in Berlin? Try Karibu. Remember that working “under-the-table” is highly illegal, and you, and the person who hired you, could face serious legal and financial consequences, even deportation.” CH. 

If you have any questions or you would like to have a one-on-one skype session with our co-founder Valentina Stoeckler, please e-mail her directly to valentina.stoeckler@gmail.com

Vielen Dank und bis bald!



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