working in europe

You can prove your expertise via skills analysis. Credit: Picture alliance/dpa/B.Classen
Fruits and vegetables at a market. Strawberries' harvest is where most Moroccan women will be employed in Spain | Photo: ANSA / MICHEL GUNTHER-WWF
The Magdas Hotel in Vienna employs and trains migrants and refugees from over a dozen nations
Razan and Raghid Alsous are proud of their accomplishments in the UK | Credit: Sertan Sanderson
The test determines whether a person has the expertise and practical skills for a particular trade or job
The Sona Circle app looks to bridge the gap between refugees and finding a new life | Credit: Sona Circle
There are lots of opportunities to work in Germany if you are a refugee, migrant or asylum seeker.
Workers in Germany
Many refugees and migrants have trouble proving their competence because they lack formal qualifications
A trainee working with hand tools (Picture-alliance/dpa/S.Hoppe)
A copy of the "Masterplan Migration" | Credit: Picture-alliance/ZUMAWire/M.Heine
"The most difficult thing in Germany is the language", says lawyer Khaled Ammhan