Happy Monday everyone -
Did you know that The Berlin Life has eBooks that can you help you elevate your career? At the moment, we have two on offer:
1) How to develop a cover letter for the German job market
This eBook is packed with lots of juicy info to help you get answers to your job applications. Some people really struggle with knowing how to write a cover letter for the German market. They're not sure how to position themselves and show a hiring manager exactly why they should hire them vs. someone else.
This eBook takes you through a structured process to creating a personalized cover letter, starting with the salutation, to telling the employer why you want to work there, and how you can help them through a combination of your skills, education, experience, and more. Best of all, you can repeat this process for every new job you apply to going forward.
For a limited time only, get 25% off the regular eBook price of €9.99.
2) How to properly research a company
When you're looking for a job, it's not just you being interviewed. You need to do your own research and find out more about the company. You can find out things like whether or not they pay well, have a good company culture, use a modern tech stack, keep up to date with market trends, and more. This will not only help you come up with questions to ask during a future interview, but it also help you figure out if the company is for you.
Sure, you can Google the information and perform some ad-hoc research, but what if I told you there's another way to go about it? In addition to researching the company, you can also examine your own motivations against the data you find to truly see if that's a place where you see yourself being for a while. I can walk you through my approach which you can apply to your own job search strategy.
This short eBook is available for €1 and up. In other words, pay what you can! How cool is that?
Stay tuned as this fall, we'll be adding eBooks for building a CV, mastering interviews, and more. If have more questions, drop us a line at email@example.com.
See you in the next one!
Cheryl Howard - Founder of The Berlin Life