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Germany doubles work visas for Balkan citizens: Opportunities and salaries soar

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Germany’s decision to double the number of work visas for citizens of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Albania, starting June 1, will significantly ease their stay in the country. These citizens will enjoy a privileged position in the German labor market, which is facing a shortage of workers across various skill levels, from university graduates to tradespersons.

Salaries in Germany can be substantial, attracting many from the Balkans in search of better opportunities. Job postings on the internet indicate Germany’s high demand for workers from the region, with salaries often measured in thousands of euros per month for occupations that pay significantly less in Serbia.

Physicists, builders, painters, electricians, bakers, cooks, waiters, and drivers are among the most sought-after professions by German companies. Nurses, technicians, and doctors are particularly valued, with starting salaries for doctors reaching up to 7,000 euros per month.

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The demand for electricians, welders, carpenters, masons, and rebar workers is also high, with salaries ranging from 2,000 to 5,000 euros per month. Masters in construction-related fields, such as aluminum facade installation or solar panel fitting, can earn between 2,500 to 6,000 euros monthly.

Even workers in the hospitality industry, such as cooks and waiters, can find employment opportunities in Germany with relative ease. Overall, the increased availability of work visas presents a significant opportunity for citizens of these Balkan countries to pursue better-paying jobs and improve their standard of living in Germany.

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