In the German working world, the high work ethic, punctuality and reliability are particularly appreciated. The "Made in Germany" seal is recognized beyond the borders of Germany and was even the world's leading designation of origin in 2017. However, the cliché that "Germans live to work" is still alive. In this blog article, three international workers, who got the chance to work in aviation industrie in Germany through ARTS, will report about their experience.
In view of demographic change and the continuing high demand for qualified specialists, employers are encouraged to retain employees in the long term through attractive compensation and career systems. The boundaries between monetary and non-monetary incentives are becoming increasingly blurred. More and more companies are focusing on giving employees greater freedom and flexibility. These days, employees expect this flexibility as a matter of course.
There are a number of typical questions for an interview. In order to master the interview successfully, we recommend to inform yourself in detail about the company in advance and to prepare yourself for the interview. The most popular questions, tips for good preparation and answers can be found in this blog post.
Compared to other industries, aviation is considered sluggish - the realization of technical innovations in aircraft construction usually takes many years. However, against the background of rising passenger and freight figures, new demands on propulsion technology, an ongoing price war and the balance between mobility and climate neutrality, the question arises: Quo vadis, aviation?
What do skilled workers in the aviation industry earn? Money is still everything? What else offers the aviation industry? Get an overview of sense in the job, work-life balance as well as possible earnings in the aerospace industry and which factors are decisive for the level of salary.