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Job opportunities after learning German
- September 4, 2020
- Posted by: elanwp
- Category: German Blogs
What is the German course all about?
The German course is a platform for you to put ahead your capabilities and your passion. The course provided by the Elan Academy is designed specifically to suit the things you are capable of and refining those which make you come out with flying colours. The professional trainers are present, to mold you into the person you would like to see you. But before moulding others we ensure to mold ourselves to work at your pace and your understanding. This course will take you step by step to ensure that you have grasped the essence of the whole journey.
Why should you take on the German course?
When learning the German language, it’s not just a requirement, it’ll become your passion. The opportunities and the pathways created during this process will ensure that you work on a high ground and are able to accomplish greater things. German is a well renowned language. Many firms are built of a German base, so when applying for jobs or even a university, it’s important to make sure that you show them how well you have understood the language and how you are different from others.
Career paths after learning the German language:
After learning a language, whether its German, Spanish, or even English, remember your career isn’t just set in the teaching profession. The German language can offer a wide range of career choices in various fields of your preference. As the world today is becoming more global, communication is a form of higher scopes.
Here are a few job careers that you could specialize in after learning the German language:
1.Translator and interpreter
One of the most prestigious and privileged jobs is a translator. To secure a career in this path it’s important to be fluent in the language you have adopted. A translator has presented themselves in a courtroom, the Miss. India platform, classroom, NGO’s and so much more. To take on this profession it requires skill, passion and integrity.
2. Engineering jobs in German and in India as well
Germans are known for their talent in the field of engineering and architecture. Having the benefit of knowing the language can help you present yourself in the market of Germany. Many companies believe that soon in the future there will be a shortage of engineers, if you wish to go abroad and build life there this course will be your stepping stone.
3. Media sector
The world today is surrounded by the media. On a daily basis There are several online websites who are in the constant need of content writers. Although you might not be a news anchor or representative, you can also play the role of a ghost-writer, editor, proof-readers, etc. In the media sector you have a wide range of opportunities that you could uphold.
4. Engineering Jobs in India and Germany
Germans are world leaders in engineering. Currently, there is an acute shortage of qualified engineers in the German job market. As per the recent survey, more than 50% of German companies fear that they will not find enough engineers in the future. Proficiency in German can increase job choices in India, Germany, and other countries. On the one hand, India is struggling with blue-color unemployment, youth unemployment, and jobless growth, Germany seems to have no reason for concern. Almost everyone in Germany – who is skilled and willing to work – has work today. If you’re an engineer and looking for employment in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, knowing German can significantly benefit you.
5. Public relations
ITES, outsourcing, and the offshoring industry have brought tons of employment opportunities in India, paving the way for learning German languages in India.Apart from MNCs, many public relations agencies in India and abroad need a foreign language expert’s services. In other words, you can apply to work as a representative with any of such public relations agencies.
Is German tough to learn?
Learning and speaking German is no harder than English, Dutch, Spanish, or French. Both English and German belong to the West Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family. That’s why German is relatively easy for English, Scandinavian speakers, and Indians thanks to thousands of closely related words known as cognates.