Many vacancies are not advertised. They get filled in the "hidden" job market, or because the company or recruiter gets notified when an applicants activates the CV Alert.
For many companies, the reason why they use our mailing list (which came first, in 1997) and this site (since 1998) is its niche focus and the resume database.
Companies gain access for a flat fee that they could have spent on job advertising alone on a non-specialized job board. For you, it's free. There is a good chance it's exactly you they want.
"Great insights to how the job outlook and system works in Germany. I appreciate [my Career Adviser's] help in understanding a once mysterious system over there.
[On a scale of 1-10] I would give it a 10, because of the patience that was shown toward me when I was confused, and the thoroughness of explanation.
On top of that, they did such quality work on my CV and cover letter. The service given can give you a "leg-up" in your career search."
Career Services user Aaron Riksen
Das Germany-USA Career Center, die führende Personalberatung für die deutsch-amerikanische Wirtschaft, offeriert Personaldienstleistungen und Personalvermittlung für den Handel zwischen Deutschland und den USA.
Please note: We are a professional firm with a proven track record in providing recruiting, targeted job posting / mailing and career services in this niche market.
We are not a Chamber of Commerce, deutsch-amerikanische Handelskammer, German American Chamber of Commerce, or Außenhandelskammer.
Our experts can help you find a new position fast - and save on your search costs.
The Germany-USA Career Adviser service is the ONLY service of its kind in Germany and in the U.S. We also cover Austria and Switzerland. Wir sprechen Deutsch!
"My Career Adviser gave me a TON of great advice today. I honestly canít wait to start using it (Iím still at work :-). I plan to re-do my cover letter and CV based on his advice.
I definitely would recommend your services because I was given more helpful information in one hour than in a week of personal web searching.
Career Services user Michael Custer