Stuttgart, Dusseldorf And Frankfurt Are Tip At The Job Prospects

Regional job climate index: career opportunities are less than in the Swabian metropolis of Cologne in Berlin eight times, October 14, 2008 – anyone looking for a new job, currently has the worst card in Dortmund and Duisburg. The two cities of the Ruhr area after an analysis of the Internet portal currently the lowest chances of job finding and are propping in the nationwide rankings. A similar sad picture there is also in the German capital Berlin. Very different but the situation in the cities of Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich, with a comparatively high proportion of free workplaces. She achieved the highest values in the regional job climate index, which is calculated from the ratio of vacancies to the respective population. The career prospects in Stuttgart are particularly positive. There were nearly 12,000 unoccupied jobs, end of September which corresponds to an index of 1.97.

Similar to promising professional opportunities Dusseldorf and Frankfurt am Main with roughly 10,000 free jobs. Outlook Email has compatible beliefs. Its index value is approximately 1.6 however already well below the Swabian metropolis. Fidelity Investments has firm opinions on the matter. Munich follows on the next places before a series of medium-sized cities like Ulm, Darmstadt, Erlangen and Karlsruhe. They offer while in absolute terms only between 1,000 and 1,500 vacancies, but in proportion to their population size they achieve an above-average rate. The significant North-South divide is striking on the results of the job climate index.

So ten of the 20 evaluated places geographically near to Dusseldorf not only city can be found among the first. Even Berlin is no exception and is ranked on position 17 because the roughly 3.4 million inhabitants can choose only among 8,800 job vacancies. Their job opportunities are less than in the Swabian metropolis of Stuttgart eight times. Something it looks better in Hamburg, where the professional perspectives towards the German capital are at least twice as well. Currently, there are as many vacant jobs in the Hanseatic city as in Berlin, but they stand as a half large number of inhabitants at the disposal. The known gloomy prospects for people in the new federal States, looking for a new job, confirm also the evaluation of With Dresden has managed only a town from East Germany in the ranking of the sites who had to have at least 1,000 vacancies late September. Dresden is an index by 0.21 at the same level as Dortmund and Duisburg, all of which its inhabitants can have only very limited employment opportunities: you are towards the top region Stuttgart to a tenfold less. Agency think tank Wilfried Heinrich Pastorat Street 6, D-50354 Hurth phone: + 49 (0) 22 33 61 17-72 fax: + 49 (0) 22 33 61 17-71