Your contacts

Andreas Hoffmann
Andreas Hoffmann
Economic Development Agency Brandenburg (WFBB)
Head of Department WFBB Labour - Specialists & Qualification
Tel: +49 331 - 704457-10
E-Mail: Send e-mail
Andreas Lippert
Andreas Lippert
Saxony Economic Development Corporation
Head of Department (Vice President) Acquisition, Inward Investment
Tel: +49 351 – 2138-211
E-Mail: Send e-mail
Torsten Maerksch
Torsten Maerksch
Economic Development Agency Brandenburg (WFBB)
Head of Regional Office South Brandenburg and Deputy Head of Department of Regional Offices
Tel: +49 355 - 78422-14
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Motivated skilled workers in Lusatia -
a factor for success for investors

Lusatia has always been a place where people actively pitch in. The people here are motivated and highly productive: experienced specialists and university graduates alike. The region has an above-average percentage of well-trained employees. Another efficient strength is the region’s excellent transport links, which provide rapid access to the European and East Asian markets. All in all, the perfect conditions for investors who also want to be assisted with advice and practical support from the districts’ economic development agencies and the states of Brandenburg and Saxony.

Jobs with prospects

For both skilled and unskilled workers, appealing jobs with good prospects for the future are offered by BASF Schwarzheide, Vestas, Lausitz Energie Bergbau AG, Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG and innovative SMEs.

The Brandenburg Portal for Skilled Workers Brandenburg Portal for Skilled Workers is an easy way for businesses to find the skilled workers they are looking for in Germany and abroad. The online platform provides an overview of current vacancies in Lusatia and extensive information on working and living in the state of Brandenburg.

Skilled, dedicated and outstandingly trained workers form the backbone of the region. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and major international concerns alike can benefit from the expertise of established skilled workers and well-trained young professionals.

Universities supply future skilled workers

Lusatia’s universities offer a wide range of labour market oriented and traditional courses. Areas of focus include engineering sciences, construction, natural sciences, environmental sciences, informatics, economics, healthcare and social studies.

Large numbers of students graduate in Lusatia every single year, including many engineers and business people. As the result of graduates entering the region from the rest of the country and abroad, the labour market also provides multilingual applicants.

Universities work with regional and international companies to transfer knowledge and technology.