Absolventa is a specialist job board for students, graduates and young professionals in Germany. We support students actively in their career preparation, bring graduates in the first steady job and help young professionals at their next step on the career ladder. For companies, we provide customized recruiting and employer branding solutions for the target group of young academics. The Absolventa GmbH employs around 50 people in the heart of Berlin.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Absolventa.de is one of the most popular job sites for young professionals, graduates and students in Germany.
An extremely useful and valuable feature of this website is the Employer Section, in which candidates can read all about the companies recruiting. These descriptions give an insight into the company's history, its current job offers, photos and videos, advantages of working for them, awards given and contact details. Some noteworthy companies such as Lidl, Audi, PWC and Peek and Cloppenburg use this platform to publish their vacancies.
Candidates have full access to the entire website and can apply drectly to the adverts
- The website is modern, has a simple layout and is easy to use. However, it is only available in German
- The blog is filled with content offering: career advice, a salary calculator, tips for interviews (even for specific industries) and how to write successful applications
Additional job board information
Absolventa publish press releases every month and runs a blog. They also take part to a fair selection of events to be in direct contact with students. Absolventa has received the mark "very good" 3 times in a row to a german markey survey organised by Focus Money about specialist job boards.
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