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Germany Job Recruitment
Salary : Attractive High Salary.
Job Type : Full Time / Half Time
Freshers can also apply.
Free job recruitment.
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- Candidates must be able to read, write & speak Basic English Language.
- Should be hardworking, energetic andable to work under pressure.
- Candidates must be minimum 20 years and less than 48 years.
- Candidates must be physically / mentally healthy. Therewill be a health checkupbefore immigrating.
- Should have cleare background. (Must not have involved any criminal activities)
How to apply
We are looking for hardworking and energetic candidates.If you are one of them, then please provide us the below documents in the link given below:
- Provide cv (Resume)
- Photograph in passport size
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