Employed persons in need of assistance and those living with them in a community of need must exhaust all possibilities for ending or reducing their need for help. It is their responsibility to use all possibilities to make a living from their own resources. This means that it is everyone's task to look for a job.
In addition to the utilization of the advisory and placement services of the KVA, those concerned have to make use of the job information services of the Federal Agency, consider job advertisements in daily newspapers and on the internet, visit workplace exchanges as a starting point for targeted applications, make speculative applications to potential employers, and attend interviews at temporary work agencies and private employment agencies.
In order to help with successful job searches on the Internet, we have compiled a selection of job boards as well as a list of informative web links. You may find interesting information about work, job searches, training, qualification and training here. Our list is not exhaustive.
- For older jobseekers
- For disabled jobseekers
- General job markets
- Specialist job markets
- Apprenticeship job markets
- Information about apprenticeship/occupational orientation
- What is my future?
- Screening test
- Volunteer years
- Chambers of Trade (Hesse)
- Information about the position
- Information on setting up a business
- Jobs for the IT sector Hessian state goverment
- Further development