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Job for 4-6 weeks in Berlin?

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Hey everyone,

 

I'm a student with a student residence permit. Now I'm in a desperate need of money so I'm looking for some job for the next 4-6 weeks.

I speak excellent German and English but don't have any particular skills, neither do I have a driving license. 

 

Is it possible to find anything only for some weeks? I can work full time.

 

 

Thanks!

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You could try the touristy bits, and not only in the centre.   We have a home in the south east and a lot of the hotels and various other businesses round there seem to always have ads up.

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I have a dog and have found quite a few students through specialised dogsitting websites who looked after him. Those that manage to get good reviews can charge as much as 60 EUR per 24 hours and put dog owners on waiting lists. But, you should know one or two things about dogs and enjoy their company. Just an idea. 

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But the OP can't do "odd jobs" like dog-sitting on a student residence permit. He will have to have a "real" job with an employer.

 

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Thanks!

one more question: if I get a job at Foodora or Liferando and then quit it after a couple of months would I be able to work with them again in the future? or would they block me because I quit too soon?

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1 hour ago, vladimir12 said:

Thanks!

one more question: if I get a job at Foodora or Liferando and then quit it after a couple of months would I be able to work with them again in the future? or would they block me because I quit too soon?

 

From your other thread, you don't seem to spend time studying, anyway, so why would you need to quit?

Personally, I wouldn't re-employ somebody who worked for a few weeks, quit and then wanted to come back.

If, however, you put all your cards on the table right from the start, then you might just have a chance of walking back into a job during the next semester vacation.

All of this, assuming that you are still permitted to work and reside in Germany...

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Don't Foodora and Lieferando work with self-employed delivery boys and girls only? There are big issues with the working conditions. Trade unions want to get a foot in the door.

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