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16 posts, 4 March
This job title is quite specific and it is very easy to find the job I think you are referring to. MIght not be in your best interest, tbh. I noticed that the requirement is either an Ausbildung…
4 posts, 2 March
If you are young enough to qualify for Astra Zeneca, you probably won't have to wait till August. I think it is a really good idea to have a separate thread for each state. Brandenburg has…
4 posts, 1 March
No, you just have a non disclosure agreement. A non competing clause would have something about where you can work. This just says you have to keep their secrets. I have yet to hear of a German…
4 posts, 25 February
Glennsche, Here are a couple of cellular router options to look in to, if you haven't already: Vodafone GigaCube - they have several different plans, even a FLEX version where you are only…
4 posts, 25 February
You just ring them up, ask for appointment. They will ask if you have been to them before. Some doctors are oversubscribed and may not be taking new patients. By the way, if you are female and…
11 posts, 24 February
more of a problem during the pandemic really, because people have been told to do home office but that comes with it's own costs. The link that @alderhill gave says that if you use a laptop for both…
24 posts, 24 February
Thank you for the explanations and links. Another thought came into my head, if 600w is the limit, but the PV never achieves that not even at peak, why not get a 800w or 900w, which at peak would…
1 posts, 22 February
Hello Fellow Toytowners, I've been living in Germany for close to three years now and I have a pretty good life with a pup (nearly 10 months old) Golden Retriever. I've enrolled in a dog training…
3 posts, 21 February
Does anyone know of any batting cages in Rheinland Pfalz or Saarland? I know baseball isn’t especially popular in Germany but I’d love to see if there were any opportunities.
18 posts, 20 February
They are easy to spot. Entry hole looks like a bruise, you just need to cut this open to find the pellet. They are changing over to iron rather than lead. Lead kills bird quicker and is gentler on…
3 posts, 20 February
Hello everyone I recently finished my masters here in Germany and got a job offer in bavaria near munich, My salary during probation is less than the threshold required for blue card (shortage…
1 posts, 18 February
Hi all, I am moving back to Europe in the Autumn to live with my BF, he is German living in Freiburg. The plan is for me to work in Basel but the more I look into it it seems quite a long way. I know…
1 posts, 18 February
Hi, Is there anybody who works in construction who could give me advice on getting work, I am a drywaller and ceiling fitter, but I dont have contacts. I worked for the last 2 years for an agency…
1 posts, 18 February
So on Sunday it will have been exactly a year since our last DUMB meetup - and what a year it's been.  Here's hoping we can meet up again at some point later this year. Missing you all, and our…
10 posts, 16 February
Hi Josh I'm not sure if this thread is still active, but I'm in the Rendsburg area and would be curious to find out more about teaching possibilities. How can we touch base? Hermann
21 posts, 16 February
My imagination is already running wild... Just need one of those standard issue white 'lab coat' uniforms. Go behind their magic door like you own the place. Find them puffing, then Hey guys I'm new,…
3 posts, 15 February
My husband lives in Westfalen, I live in Stuttgart and will stay here for a while yet, due to a great job (and little to no chance of finding something equivalent in Westfalen, let alone the perils…
12 posts, 11 February
I guess you probably have already made your decision, but to pipe in, I lived in both Munich and Mannheim and I loved both. The ironic thing, I used to live in Esslingen (near Stuttgart) and found a…
6 posts, 8 February
It's not too hard to install the parts yourself. You just need to make sure the power supply is sufficient for all the parts. Also that you have the right kind of memory for your motherboard, etc...
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