AfricaWorks co-founders launch online-training and coaching service to help more people to come and work in Germany.
During our coachings and workshops or our daily communication with candidates, companies and even embassies it becomes evident: Despite the sound of it all, Germany is not an immigration nation (yet). The more our team had to answer your questions about jobs in Germany these past years, the more I felt the need to write about the reasons for our answers.
“Should I stay or should I go now? If I go, there will be trouble. And if I stay it will be double. So come on and let me know.” The Clash
The authors of a recently published study by Bertelsmann Foundation are convinced: there is no way around increased immigration of skilled workers from outside Europe to Germany. Now what does that mean for Germany?
If experts start to talk about Africa, the list of deficits seems endless. Notably, one of the most important aspects is missing: the brain drain phenomenon.
We want to tell stories and re-write the narrative of European-African relations. It’s time to realize potentials.