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The Best Student Neighbourhoods in Dusseldorf

By on November 16th, 2017

Düsseldorf is full of exciting places to discover. Of course, depending on what your taste of adventure is, certain areas of the city will be better for you than others. There are some cool areas for students that might make your stay in the city even better….


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The Guide to Dusseldorf’s Districts | Which One is Right for You?

By on November 2nd, 2017

So you’re new to the city and you know nothing about the area. I know that feeling, we all know it… after all, we’ve all been there, haven’t we? 

There’s nothing worse than getting a job in Düsseldorf, having a couple months to search for a new apartment…

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Volunteer Dusseldorf
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Where to Volunteer in Dusseldorf as an English Speaker

By on October 18th, 2017

It’s not hard to see that in Düsseldorf, there’s always something going on… parties, concerts, meetups. It’s easy to find something to do every day, but what hasn’t been easy for many of us English expats here in Düsseldorf… is finding opportunities to volunteer (without speaking fluent German).

 

There’s good news and…

Calling in Sick to Work in Germany


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Healthcare Living

5 Things You Need to Know: Calling in Sick for Work in Germany?

By on September 16th, 2017

Let‘s say you have the flu and can‘t go to work. If you are insured with a public health insurance – like 90 percent of people who live in Germany – the German social security system comes into play now. Good thing Anja Büchner, Personal Consultant at

Social Securities in Germany


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An Introduction the 4 Social Securities in Germany

By on August 24th, 2017

Every person who earns money in Germany has to pay taxes and contribute to social security. Depending on where you’re originally from, you may be used to this system, but let’s break it down anyway.

 

In Germany, we have four different social securities:

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