Hallo Reader -
The usual greetings from Berlin! Here's our latest Berlin Life recap:
1) We have one new Berlin Life guide:
- What You Need To Know About Notice Periods In Germany - People used to giving 2 weeks notice at work are often surprised to learn about the long notice periods in Germany, which can be > 30 days.
2) A few of our existing guides are updated:
- German CV Photos – Are They Even Necessary? - German CV photos are controversial. Contrary to popular opinion, it’s not necessary to add them to your CV & even lends to discrimination.
- How Much Does It Cost To Move To Germany? Use Our Calculator! - How much money do you need to move to relocate to Germany? Use our calculator to find how much it will cost to move to Germany.
- How To Write A German CV That Will Get You Interviews - Get the lowdown on how to write a German CV. Know what to include and to leave out, as well as other success tips.
3) In case you missed one of our past newsletters, check out this good one:
4) News about Germany and other helpful links:
- Europeans rank Berlin as the fourth best city to work in worldwide
- Qualified for the Job - Even in Germany (Recognition Act)
- Germany: More young people moving away from home
- While in German, this infographic shows earning potential in Berlin for various professions
5) Berlin-based companies hiring atm:
- Exberliner Magazine is looking for a food writer
- Konvi needs a working student to do marketing and business development
- Circus Berlin
- Felmo is looking for a copy writer
6) If you want help to improve your CV or cover letter, I've opened up new slots on my calendar for discovery calls about my coaching services. These are free, gives us a chance to meet, and discuss if coaching is right for you. Book a spot.
As always, reply to this email if you have any questions or jump into our Facebook group and start a discussion.
💖 See you next week -
Founder - The Berlin Life