January 19, 2022 at 09:28 PM (UTC +5:30)
Hello Munish Verma,
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The job market includes direct appointments, as well as apprenticeships and graduate schemes, which include on-the-job training. This kind of arrangement is common in German companies, which seek to ensure that all staff have the required skills. Companies also tend to appreciate employees who are familiar with Germany's business culture, with its stress on formality, punctuality and respect for rules.
If you're wondering how long it takes to get a job, the answer is: it varies. If you use notice boards and online portals and work with advisors to organize your search, a couple of months is a realistic time frame to find work in Germany for foreigners.