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How to get a job in Germany when your German isn't perfect is something many people or rather foreigners wonder about when they move to Germany or plan to move to Germany. And it’s completely understandable. There are not too many countries or places around the world where German is spoken. In fact, almost all the 230 million speakers of the German language live in Europe with small pockets elsewhere. Most foreigners who come to Germany usually have other native languages and have previously only superficially interacted with German. Many of them come into contact with German for the first time. A good percentage of these people are highly qualified and many of them naturally want to work and earn a living. So how do you get a job in Germany when your German isn’t that great? There are 3 strategies that I used and that might help you too.