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Spain HolaBuenas 
So im close to finish my Economics career. I've recently got my C1 level english (ty hltv for improving my english btw <3). I've been planing to go to germany after I finish the career with an A1/A2 (Basic) level of german, c1 english and the degree. What's the best job I can get? And salary? Im living in spain btw and I speak 3 languages, and maybe 4 with german
2017-02-15 19:34
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2017-02-15 19:35
no dont do it germany turns worse from year to year ! all i see in the morning is immigrants all i hear in the morning is immigrants its not kewl maaana . go to good country like australia
2017-02-15 19:35
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Spain HolaBuenas
:/
2017-02-15 19:36
depends where you live in Germany. So it is in Austria
2017-02-15 19:38
define "Economics career"
2017-02-15 19:36
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Spain HolaBuenas
Economics career at the university. Administration of enterprices, financial matter, marketing, counseling...
2017-02-15 19:37
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35-50k, look for a company which is working together with one from spain, or might want to expand to spain
2017-02-15 19:42
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Spain HolaBuenas
Not bad, thanks for your response m8!
2017-02-15 19:43
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Austria bigman)
startrek enterprices?
2017-02-15 19:43
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France Trive
not worth
2017-02-15 19:36
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Spain HolaBuenas
waiter, mcdonalds employee is the best I can get? that's what I was told tho...
2017-02-15 19:38
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90% of mcdonalds employees are niggers and are dumb af and dont speak the language well of the country they live in so if the 3 points fit to you you can start mcdonalds career hf
2017-02-15 20:44
go to switzerland :D
2017-02-15 19:40
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Spain HolaBuenas
I won't be working at a bank so not worth it Kappa
2017-02-15 19:42
I thought it was greece asking for another bailout
2017-02-15 19:48
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Spain HolaBuenas
My country is ont far from doing it tbh
2017-02-15 19:50
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Turkey Taylannnnn
romania has nice internet at least
2017-02-15 19:52
I don't see much opportunities for you achieving something here in Germany with your education, honestly. I would say otherwise if you were some kind of engineer. What kind of Universtiy are you coming from? Don't expect to much. You would have way too many competitors with better education.
2017-02-15 19:55
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Spain HolaBuenas
State university. Yea I was thinking about that aswell. So you think is worth to spend more money on getting a master besides the degree?
2017-02-15 19:56
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A master degree is a must in economics if you want to have any chances here in Germany. I would even recommend you to try to achieve your master and doctor degree here in Germany if you want chances and a good salary.
2017-02-15 20:02
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Spain HolaBuenas
I'll consider it, ty!
2017-02-15 20:02
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he's 100% true... i study law in GER. If you want to work in german economy, you need to at least do your master. But if you speak 3 (+german =4) laguages close to fluently or at least safe enough to use them in speech and wrinting, that might be a great bonus. Dont underistemate that. Im not thaaaaat good at the stuff im doing in university, but the fact that I speek GER, ENG, DK, FR (and SWE) makes some Companies want me for internship ;)
2017-02-15 20:39
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Spain HolaBuenas
Yep. thought about that too!I'll have to consider getting the master degree :S
2017-02-15 20:40
Got no time for your shit, didn't even read. Gotta grab some beer cuz Bayern is going to destroy those yellow teeth. Bye
2017-02-15 19:55
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Spain HolaBuenas
Thanks for bumping at least and have fun :)
2017-02-15 19:57
These days is all about what can you do rather how educated you are. There are some exceptions ofc, but this is how world rolls.
2017-02-15 20:04
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Denmark smegma
begging mafia =/= economics career
2017-02-15 20:06
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Spain HolaBuenas
expected from smegma
2017-02-15 20:10
"Career" doesn't mean university, basically your career hasn't even started yet unless you have published something while in college. A degree in economics in itself is not really much these days, what IS useful are the relations you gather while in college and the people who notice you, or the scientific performance you attain in college. Also masters + PhD are a MUST if you want a real career and just a desk-job where you clock out after 8 hours for 3 times minimum-wage at best) What grades do you have? Are you atleast top10 in your year? Did you participate in any scientifi communications? Do you have excellent reccomendations from your best teachers? Or do you simply want a "normal" job in your field? If you want a regular job any country in the EU is fine as long as it is twards the west, if you want to do something important to the field you need to know people or have a goal already set. Economic research is the endgame in your field, that is very country-specific. (ps: i am a chemistry student, about to publish my first paper, already synthesized a new compound, top4 in my year, i am already set on getting my masters in Romania then going to Manchester to do theoretical research)
2017-02-15 20:14
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Spain HolaBuenas
The level of requirements that you suggest is like the best you can get. What I'll realistically achieve is an average college degree, even tho I have some friends who are quite important, they are still spanish. So when talking about Germany i don't really know what to expect..
2017-02-15 20:13
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I suggest you do a masters while you get a part-time job, IF you can get a scholarship during your masters ditch the job, study hard and get better, in the long run it is better to study hard while in college than to work harder for less money/personal satisfaction/whatever value you get out of it.
2017-02-15 20:17
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Spain HolaBuenas
Thanks for the advices fella :)
2017-02-15 20:19
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Hong Kong TurboJET
Why would you chose Germanistan tho lol... full of trash people and monkeys. Also on a real note, you should go somewhere like London or something like that, Germany is more focused on industrial shit. You should stay in Spain though, beautiful beaches and bitches.
2017-02-15 20:10
As a fellow economics graduate I tell you don't even waste your time with only a bachelor degree. As the german guy said you really need a masters and a doctorate to get good career opportunities in first world countries, preferably in good unis in the western world. That does not mean you will be a good economist though, those are almost impossible to come by.
2017-02-15 20:12
This question is literally retarded..no info and you need to do your own research anyway. Economics degree itself is worth dogshit.
2017-02-15 20:40
Take your sister, put her near the closest traffic light you can find... EZ WIN.
2017-02-15 20:42
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