Hamburg, Venice of the North
Fishmarket, Elbphilharmonie, Reeperbahn - Hamburg, Germany's "gateway to the world", has many highlights to offer. Party city, the world's third largest venue for musicals, Mecca for model railway enthusiasts (Miniaturwunderland), UNESCO World Heritage Site (Speicherstadt) and last but not least port city are just a few descriptions of the beauty of Germany's north, where the largest container ships and most luxurious cruise liners are anchored at the piers International trade has brought prosperity to Hamburg since the Middle Ages, the city state is one of the wealthiest regions in Europe and has a magnetic attraction.
With its charm and quality of life, however, Hamburg attracts not only financially strong people but also many students. The University Hospital Hamburg Eppendorf is one of the largest in Germany!
You can also find jobs in 28 acute and 17 rehabilitation clinics. If you have a German licence approval, you will be given preference in the application process, but if you only have a professional licence, you will unfortunately have little chance to find a job. Therefore, please feel free to look around in the neighbouring federal states of Lower Saxony ("Niedersachsen") and Schleswig-Holstein.
Because: Even if there is no job for you in Hamburg, it is worth the trip thanks to best connections with the high-speed train to all major German cities or by plane to the near and far world
So: Move to Hamburg with #mog_jobs by Schila Rasooli