Great place to work
Did you know that Rhineland-Palatinate has a particularly low unemployment rate compared to the rest of Germany?
Our working environment is subject to constant change. Globalisation, digitalisation and sustainability present us with challenges yet unknown. At the same time, they design new conditions and promising opportunities for the job market. In Rhineland-Palatinate, companies are shaping this future together with their employees. The close cooperation between research and industry sets a feasible ground for trend-setting ideas and start-ups to emerge. The high-tech region of Kaiserslautern contributes substantially to this prosperous collaboration. The economic strength of the state is based on a healthy mixture of large and medium-sized companies located here. This becomes evident when looking at employment levels: Rhineland-Palatinate displays low unemployment rates when compared nationwide. Its attractive geographical location leads to Rhineland-Palatinate’s international orientation. In terms of infrastructure, the state offers a perfect connection to its direct neighbours France, Belgium and Luxembourg. Rhineland-Palatinate provides everything one needs for a great work environment.
Due to its location at the heart of Europe, Rhineland-Palatinate provides high-level intercultural understanding and a broad range of languages. Diversity and teamwork are integral parts of Rhineland-Palatinate’s corporate culture. Also, people in Rhineland-Palatinate value the environment: Companies of all sizes take sustainability seriously to make room for environmentally friendly alternatives. Rhineland-Palatinate is looking for a greater number of skilled workers than most other states. International professionals in the fields of elderly care, mechatronics or refrigeration technology have great prospects working in Rhineland-Palatinate. Also, there are numerous career opportunities for experts of civil engineering and surveying.
To secure their demand for skilled workers, companies support their employees individually. This means businesses put great emphasis on providing further further education. In doing so, companies expand their workforce’s expertise and qualifications. Work structures in Rhineland-Palatinate are family friendly. More and more companies are introducing flexible working hours or a home-office option to enable an even better combination of family and career. Employed parents to a newborn child may take parental leave. Moreover, being employed in Rhineland-Palatinate ensures that you and your family are covered by health insurance. The Federal Holiday Act determines an annual paid recreational leave of at least 24 days. Free time for you to spend with your family and friends to explore the state!