On your way to a great future
Berlin’s economy and labor market is in a difficult situation. Like no other German city, the once divided metropolis still struggles with the after-effects of the Cold War.
Yet it’s remarkable how much has been accomplished over the last fifteen years. German reunification in October 1990 finally freed Berlin from its island-like position.
Until then, no foreign company had its German headquarters there.
Yet as early as 1999, about one-third of the world’s fifty biggest trusts began to discover Berlin, including DaimlerChrysler and Coca-Cola.
Job addresses in Berlin
Government job agency
State-run employment agency’s central number for employers and job seekers.
›› Tel. 01 80 1/55 51 11, www.arbeitsagentur.de
›› Bezirk Mitte: Müller Str. 16
›› Bezirk Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg: Mitte, Charlotten Str. 87-90
›› Bezirk Marzahn-Hellersdorf: Janusz-Korczak-Str. 32
›› Bezirk Lichtenberg: Gotlinde Str. 93
›› Bezirk Westend: Königin-Elisabeth-Str. 49
›› Bezirk Pankow: Storkower Str. 120
›› Bezirk Reinickendorf: Innungs Str. 40
›› Bezirk Spandau: Streit Str. 6-7
›› Bezirk Neukölln: Sonnenallee 282
›› Bezirk Treptow-Köpenick: Pfarrer-Gossmann- Str. 19
›› Bezirk Tempelhof-Schöneberg: Gottlieb-Dunkel-Str. 43-44
›› Bezirk Steglitz-Zehlendorf: Händelplatz 1
Job exchange center with job offers from all kinds of trade sectors. Available jobs are displayed on info boards. You can use the Job Point to apply for the job of your choice right away. It is equipped with telephones, there are computers with Internet connection, copy machines and printers.
›› Neukölln, Karl-Marx-Str. 131-133, Tel. 6 80 85 60, www.jobpoint-berlin.de