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Video: Hidden Job Market Germany – Automotive – Hidden Jobs Germany

Hidden Job Market Germany – Automotive – Bosch: How can you transform a company like Bosch where one third of employees are mechanical engineers with a strong sense for diesel and gazoline automotive transport? Let’s look at Bosch in Bamberg, Northern Bavaria. With 8000 employees, Bosch Bamberg is the largest manufacturing site of Bosch worldwide. Bamberg is the place where …

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Video: Hidden Job Market Success: Know and Find a Job You Love: Your Dream Job

Candidasa/Bali/Indonesia. I like Bali a lot. I love Candidasa’s beaches. Breath taking and mesmerizing view of the sea, the endless horizon, the soothing sound of the waves and drinking coconut juice while on the beach. And the most exotic and colorful flowers everywhere the eye can see. A great place to be! Executives have very precise ideas of their dream …

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Video: Hidden Job Market Japan Hidden Jobs Battery Storage Technology Osaka 日本蓄電池

Hidden Job Market in Japan and battery technology in the automotive industry: Welcome to West Japan, Kansai, which prides itself as the battery factory of the world! And especially the Greater Osaka Area, a regional hub and home to a population of about 20 million people and a GRP of about 800 billion dollars. Here you find companies like Panasonic, …

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Video: Hidden Job Market Malaysia – Energy Industry- Petronas – Kuala Lumpur

What about the Hidden Job Market in Malaysia’s energy industry? On the one hand, Malaysia’s oil reserves are the third highest in the Asia-Pacific region after China and India. One the other hand, On the other side, Malaysia is among the top three global investment destinations for renewable energy and Malaysia is world the third largest producer of solar cells …

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Video: Hidden Job Market United States Japan Softbank

Hidden Job Market United States Japan SoftBank: SoftBank Group Corp. (ソフトバンクグループ株式会社) is a Japanese multinational telecommunications and Internet corporation established on September 3, 1981, and headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. It has operations in broadband, fixed-line telecommunications, e-commerce, Internet, technology services, finance, media and marketing, semiconductor design, and other businesses.The company is headed by founder Masayoshi Son. SoftBank was ranked in …

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Video: Hidden Job Market Japan – Retail Industry UNIQLO

Hidden Job Market Retail Industry Japan: Is UNIQLO able to overtake Zara as largest specialty retail company in the world? According to UNIQLO’s founder Yanai and his 2020 Vision, the company aims at USD50B revenue and USD10B operating profit. Uniqlo Co., Ltd. (株式会社ユニクロ Kabushiki-gaisha Yunikuro) is a Japanese casual wear designer, manufacturer and retailer. The company has been a wholly …

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Video: Hidden Job Market EMIRATES Airline Dubai UAE

Hidden Job Market Dubai, UAE: The Emirates Group, comprising Emirates, Flydubai and dnata, operates across six continents with a 105,000 strong multi-national team comprised of over 160 nationalities. The financial year ending 31 March 2017 saw the Group achieve its 29th consecutive year of profit, and growth across its business divisions. The airline has recorded a profit every year, except …

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Video: Hidden Job Market Spain

Spain is the second largest export country behind Germany and has many hidden executive jobs, yet they are hard to find. Overview: *Automotive Industry: Largest industrial vehicle manufacturer in Europe *Aerospace industry: Workforce of 54000. Airbus presence. *Largest high-speed rail traffic network in Europe *World’s top 3 richest man Amancio Ortega, Founder and Major Shareholder of Inditex Group, who owns …

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Video: Hidden Jobs German Rheinmetall Group

Rheinmetall AG is an automotive parts supplier and military technology group headquartered in Düsseldorf. In fiscal 2015 (2014), the company’s 20,676 (20,166) employees generated sales of €5.18 billion (€4.68 billion). Rheinmetall was the tenth-largest European defence contractor in 2011