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Die 3. LeipGlo Jobmesse auf einen Blick

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The 3rd LeipGlo Job Fair
People networking at the first LeipGlo Job Fair, WERK 2, November 2018. Photo: Justina Smile Photography

Viele Unternehmen auf der LeipGlo-Jobmesse suchen DICH und dein Können!

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The 3rd LeipGlo Job Fair at a glance

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The 3rd LeipGlo Job Fair
People networking at the first LeipGlo Job Fair, WERK 2, November 2018. Photo: Justina Smile Photography

Our roadmap to new career opportunities in Leipzig, converging in 2 weeks at WERK 2.

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Spreadshirt: global mind, local heart

in Business/Jobs/Leipzig
Spreadshirt employees
Employees in Spreadshirt's Leipzig office. Photo © Spreadshirt

Head of recruiting attributes job fair exhibitor Spreadshirt’s success especially to its diversity – 33 nationalities at its Leipzig headquarters, with English (rather than German) as the working language.

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Saxony Elects: encouraging startup spirit and diversity

in Business/Politics
Saxony Elects audience
Audience at the "Saxony Elects" debate, Leipzig, 12 August 2019. (Photo: ARBEIT UND LEBEN Sachsen e.V.)

A review of the Saxon election candidates’ debate earlier this week at Basislager Coworking, focusing on entrepreneurship and inclusion of foreigners.

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Meet the people teaching you to code in 3 months

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Code is not necessarily rocket science
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Come meet potential employer PRISMA and ask Code Camp Leipzig questions about their fast track to learning coding – a skill enabling you to use your creativity to positively impact your community, while putting cash in your pocket. Open house on 25 July.

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Can’t beat developers for jobs? Become one of them

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Developers training
Developers can be hiding in plain sight, in the most unusual places. (Pixabay photo)

Another day, another job search in the café with free WiFi. Hundreds of free positions for developers in Leipzig. None for you, because you don’t know how to code. But what if you could learn in 3 months, and even walk away with a paid gig as a developer?

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