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Living and Working in Germany: A Survival Handbook (Living & Working in Germany) download ebook

by Pamela Wilson

Living and Working in Germany: A Survival Handbook (Living & Working in Germany) download ebook
ISBN:
1907339361
ISBN13:
978-1907339363
Author:
Pamela Wilson
Publisher:
Survival Books, Ltd; 4 edition (September 16, 2011)
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Pages:
368 pages
ePUB:
1287 kb
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1277 kb
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Category:
Europe
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Rating:
4.4

Although I don't plan to live and work in Germany, I do plan to visit there a few weeks and I'm sure a lot of this . My family spent the summer of 2002 traveling in Germany, lived in Mannheim August 2002 to April 2003, and then were in Berlin from May until September 2003.

Although I don't plan to live and work in Germany, I do plan to visit there a few weeks and I'm sure a lot of this information will be pertinent. Mr. Daws' book was an excellent resource for us and we often referred to it. The advice on job-hunting, obtaining driving permits, residence visas, etc. was all top-notch. The advice in the book was very specific and where it was dated the general principles laid out were still quite applicable.

Start by marking Living and Working in Germany: A Survival Handbook (Living & Working) as Want to Read .

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Start by marking Living and Working in Germany: A Survival Handbook . This is an excellent book for anyone considering a move, either temporary or permanent, to Germany

Start by marking Living and Working in Germany: A Survival Handbook (Living & Working) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. This is an excellent book for anyone considering a move, either temporary or permanent, to Germany. The author was very thorough in covering anything you could possibly need to know including a few quirky things you need to know but might not remember to ask.

The basis for effective working at the institutes is cooperation beyond the bounds of disciplines and beyond national frontiers.

Here, being a guest means learning from the best, to achieve your best. The basis for effective working at the institutes is cooperation beyond the bounds of disciplines and beyond national frontiers.

Tell us if something is incorrect. Living and Working in Germany : A Survival Handbook. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. It's packed with vital information and insider tips to help minimize culture shock and reduce the newcomers' rookie period to a minimum.

Written in an entertaining style, Living and Working in Germany is designed to provide newcomers with the practical information necessary for a relatively trouble-free life. It contents include finding a job, permits & visas, health, accommodation, finance, insurance, education, shopping, post office and telephone services, public transport, motoring, TV and radio, leisure, sports and much, much more. It is packed with essential information and insider tips to help minimize culture shock and reduce the newcomers rookie period to a minimum.

Send us your questions about living and working in Germany in German or English. Here you'll find answers to the most frequently asked questions about living and working in Germany, as well as about our Web site and partners.

Whether you're already living or working in Switzerland or just thinking about it - this is THE BOOK for you. Forget about those glossy guide books, excellent though they are for tourists; this book was written especially with you in mind and is worth its weight in Emmental cheese (and not just the holes!).

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Written in an entertaining style with a touch of humor, Living and Working in Germany is designed to provide newcomers with the practical information necessary for a relatively trouble-free life. It's packed with vital information and insider tips to help minimize culture shock and reduce the newcomers' rookie period to a minimum. Living and Working in Germany is essential reading for anyone planning to spend an extended period in Germany. Printed in color.
Reviews:
  • Daiktilar
GREAT BOOK ...EVERY DETAIL IS TOUCHED ON IN THIS BOOK FOR ANYONE WHO IS THINKING ABOUT MOVING TO GERMANY
  • Kison
A very useful guide to living in Germany. Very comprehensive and detailed.
  • Envias
I already had an earlier version in paperback an this one is much like it but accessible on my Kindle, which makes it convenient for me. Haven't read it all yet, but it seems to be filled with much useful information. Although I don't plan to live and work in Germany, I do plan to visit there a few weeks and I'm sure a lot of this information will be pertinent.
  • WUNDERKIND
I liked it, as a German it was funny to read. I can't tell if it helps, my husband never touched it :/
  • Levaq
A present bought for my son, he reports this book and its well laid out information is a great assist with his plans to spend perhaps a few mid-career years of employment with the ever astute German brain-meisters. I withheld the 5th star only to allow leeway for my being the selecter rather than the actual user, no?
  • Cesar
My family spent the summer of 2002 traveling in Germany, lived in Mannheim August 2002 to April 2003, and then were in Berlin from May until September 2003. Mr. Daws' book was an excellent resource for us and we often referred to it. The advice on job-hunting, obtaining driving permits, residence visas, etc. was all top-notch. The advice in the book was very specific and where it was dated the general principles laid out were still quite applicable. I would highly recommend "Living and Working in Germany" in combination with "Culture Shock Germany".
  • Wetiwavas
I was recently at Nick Daws' website (writequickly.com) where it said:
Learn how Nick created two internationally best selling guides to living in Italy and Spain [and presumably Germany], without ever having visited the countries...
So, clearly, I wouldn't spend my money on this.
This book is so full of inaccurate observations of the German people as well as there society that it makes me sick. Over and over the author states how Germans have no sense of humor and how they are cold in there interactions with others in society. How inaccurate these statements are. Every German I have ever met is friendly, warm and fun loving! The author also talks about there way of living as if it was 1920. The only positive thing I got out of reading this book is phone numbers for government agencies, and conversions for Metric and Celsius. Don't read this book. Go to Germany instead and see how the German people are for real!