Information in English
We will advise and guide you regarding the labour market in Austria. We will inform you about job opportunities, help you with German lessons and other qualifications that you might need. Therefore, it is necessary to get registered with the AMS.
The Arbeitsmarktservice (AMS), the Austrian Public Employment Service, will glad Therefore, it is necessary to get registered with the AMSly support you in finding a job. We will advise and guide you regarding the labour market in Austria. We will inform you about job opportunities, help you with German lessons and other qualifications that you might need. Therefore, it is necessary to get registered with the AMS.
Information for employers can be found here.
Your first visit to the AMS
During your first AMS visit, we collect your personal data, information about your education, professional experience and skills. as well as other information about your person.
- Be sure to bring your “Blue Card” (ID for displaced persons) and, if possible, also the completed skills assessment form (download) to your AMS visit.
- If possible, bring someone with you who can translate the conversation.
To take up employment in Austria you need:
- Your “Blue Card” (ID for displaced persons)
- An employment permit, which has to be applied for by the future employer at the AMS.
Registration and employment are not possible without the residence card mentioned above.
Looking for a job in Austria
We created an email-address for first general information concerning the labour market in Austria. Your questions will be answered in Ukrainian or Russian: firstname.lastname@example.org
- “alle jobs” and AMS Job App
alle jobs - here you can find all job vacancies available across Austria
Job Opportunities in Austria / Jobchancen in Österreich
You’re curious to know where in Austria there are the most jobs that match your qualifications? Then you’ve come to the right place. Simply enter the required job and your qualifications and find out in which Austrian regions your qualifications are most sought after.
The evaluation is based on the job vacancies reported to the AMS. With certain professions there may be statistical distortions, because, for example in the highly qualified sector, not all jobs are reported to the AMS. That’s why we recommend you visit our job search engine “alle jobs” (all jobs) and perform a specific search. However, our web tool “Job Opportunities in Austria” is undergoing continual development and improvement.
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Living and Working in Austria
In this guide, you will find important information about:
- Entry and residence in Austria
- Living conditions (e.g. housing)
- Job finding and working conditions
- Recognition of foreign certificates
- Social security
- Living with children