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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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Crazy for Baroque

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Amidst the autumn leaves, fallen on the ground with their brown, orange, yellow, golden colours, stand the palace gardens with their baroque design of meanders and circles, forever green.

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#StartItUp: You think you know Leipzig? Take our quiz to find out if you are the Leipzig Lion you think you are

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interior of Nikolai Church, Leipzig photo: maeshelle west-davies Leipzig is growing and that means a growing need for businesses and employees. Recently I attended Startup Safary. One of my sessions was by someone who knows a lot about Leipzig. His name is Sven Noack and has to know nearly everything about Leipzig because he works for Invest…

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Great career vs great adventure

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I thought about how much time I spend in the office, and how much time I spend on the computer when I am not. While I was on the trail, what I saw before my eyes seemed so much more real than what I saw back at home. I yearned to feel alive, and at that very time and place, I did.

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#MoviesOmU: Movies in English and other original foreign languages in Leipzig, November 11-18

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Highlights of our list: The 21st edition of the “French Days” and the new “Kurdish Days” film fests start in town; meanwhile, the 6th edition of the “Latin American Days” film fest continues. Also, for fans of Woody Allen, his latest, Irrational Man, opens this weekend in OmU. And the MLK film Selma returns.

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