Episode from the podcastThe Germany Experience

The job application process in Germany: Misconceptions, insights and tips (Ivan from Bulgaria)

Released Monday, 15th February 2021
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What are common misconceptions that foreigners have about the job application process in Germany? What makes a good CV? What are assessment centers? We try to answer some of these questions in this episode.

To do it, I'm joined by Ivan from Bulgaria (and previous guest on the show), who has extensive experience working as an HR consultant in Germany - and has also applied for jobs in Germany himself. He shares his insights gathered from several years of experience.

If you have specific questions for Ivan about the job application process in Germany, send them to info@thegermanyexperience.de, and we'll get him back on a later episode to answer them.

Also, listen to a 2019 episode I did about finding a job in Germany: Finding and getting a job in Germany

Find Ivan on Instagram: @Ivan.og.vasilev

Also, follow Can You German?, the Instagram page Ivan runs together with Ricardo from Brazil.

The episode about Can You German? that featured Ivan: Wurst/arsch/schwein idioms, why “Der/Die/Das” is weird, and sitting down to pee in Germany (Ricardo from Brazil & Ivan from Bulgaria)


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