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Interview: How English helps integration

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Ever wondered how to employ over 1 million refugees? Chris Pyak – our expert hero of the week – explains why it won’t be a problem.

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Leipzig Events: Serious fun and future prospects to finish out January

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Don’t let the lack of proper winter get you down! This is the events week for job-seekers, fans of flea and antique markets or of DJ parties, or of hopping among all of the above.

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WorkLifeTravelBalance

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No vacation time left? Why not make it a working vacation?

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#ExpatJobs: Job vacancies for international people in Leipzig and broader region in Germany (late November)

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These are individual jobs currently advertised in Leipzig and environs, a list of companies hiring for lots of positions (with a high demand for software engineers but also some variety in jobs) plus, as usual, a list of companies specifically hiring international teachers or translators at the end of this post (lots of opportunities there).

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#ExpatJobs: Job vacancies for international people in Leipzig and broader region in Germany (early November)

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Regularly posted list of newly advertised individual jobs, companies hiring locally for lots of positions (with a high demand for software engineers but also some variety in jobs) plus, as usual, a list of companies specifically hiring international teachers or translators at the end of this post (lots of opportunities there), including a new open call for applications for freelance English teachers.

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Dresden companies offer refugees internships

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Last week in Dresden, a group of company representatives, educators and other professionals met to put their heads together to help tackle a major challenge regarding the thickening influx of refugees: preparing the newly arrived immigrants for the German job market.

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