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Living and Working in Austria in 2010. A presentation given at the EURES European Job Days in Lisbon on the 21st of October.

Living and Working in Austria in 2010. A presentation given at the EURES European Job Days in Lisbon on the 21st of October.


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  • 1. Living and Working in Austria
        • Hermann Gössinger EURES-Advisor AMS Steiermark
  • 2.  
  • 3.
    • Inhabitants: 8.281.295
    • Foreigners: ~ 840.000
    • Countries: 9
    • Language: Deutsch
    • Unemploymentrate 2009: 4,7% (EU: 9,3%)
  • 4. Population in gainful employment
  • 5. Labor market Sept. 2010
      • 3.332.000 employed people
      • 214.167 unemployed people (-8,7%)
      • 3,8% unemployment rate (Aug. 2010, Eurostat)
  • 6. Where to find job offers
    • Health- und Social-Sector
    • Tourism
    • Trade
    • Metalworking
    • Construction (Bricklayers, Carpenters, Painters)
  • 7. Jobseekers per job
  • 8. TopTen of Jobvacancies
  • 9. What employers expect
    • Qualifikation
    • Experience
    • German language skills
    • Motivation
    • Flexibility
  • 10. How to find a job
      • http :// www.ams.at
      • http://eures.europa.eu
      • Zeitungen (Online!)
      • Private Vermittlungsagenturen
      • Personalüberlasser
      • Webseiten der Unternehmen
  • 11.  
  • 12.  
  • 13. newspapers online
      • www.diepresse.at
      • www.derstandard.at
      • www.kurier.at
      • www.krone.at
      • www.kleinezeitung.at
      • www.tirol.com
      • www.salzburg.com
  • 14. Working conditions
      • Working time
        • 38 – 40 hours per week (different in branches) 7,5 - 8 hours / day
        • 5 weeks off per year
      • Salary
        • No general minumum wage
        • Salary 14 times a year
      • Winter-Season 2010/11
        • (8.) Dec. - Easter (Mo. 25.4.2011)
  • 15. Social insurance
    • Social security
        • Registration is duty of the employer
        • Social insurance number
        • European insurance card (e-Card)
        • Contributions are paid by employer from salary (-> Brutto-Netto)
  • 16. brutto-netto
      • example
      • wage brutto …………………………….………… € 1.500,00
      • - socialinsurance
        • health insurance …………….….……………………. € 57,30
        • accident insurance …………….……………………… € 0,00
        • pension insuance …………….….. ………………. € 153,75
        • unemployment insurance ……....………………….. € 45,00
        • workers chamber ………………..…………………… € 7,50
        • etc …………………………….…….…………………. € 7,50
      • - taxes …..………………….……………………….. € 116,02
      • wage netto ……………………………………...… € 1.110,98
      • Quelle: www.akwien.at
  • 17. Seasonal-Jobs in Tourism
      • Kitchen
        • Cook … ~ 2.400 €
        • Helping cook … ~ 1.600 €
        • Kitchen help .. ~ 1.500 €
      • Service / bar
        • Waiter/Waitress … ~ 1.900 €
        • helping Waiter/waitress … ~ 1.600 €
      • Roomservice
        • Maid … ~ 1.500 €
  • 18. Residence für EU-Citizens
      • Visa freedom an freedom of settlement
      • Duty to register within 3 Days with registration-form
      • Provide maintenance and health insurance for itself … or
      • Start employment
      • Identify card and regístration form for opening a bank account is required
  • 19. Living in Austria
      • Prices for flats are different: 4 € / qm (East) to 7 € / qm (West) per month (rent)
      • In the cities (Wien, Graz, Linz, Salzburg, Innsbruck) more different
      • Rental fee + 25% operating costs (heating, electricity, water, garbage, …)
  • 20. how to find a flat
      • newspapers (Friday)
      • agency (costs: 2-3 monthly fees)
      • More information: eures.europa.at
      • Probably we‘ll meet in Austria!

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