Germany is looking for skilled workers in several sectors; the government offers various work visa options for international workers.
Recognition of your qualifications by German authorities: when applying for positions in Germany, you must not only submit evidence of your professional and educational qualifications, but you must also have your professional skills recognized by German authorities. For regulated professions like doctors, nurses, and teachers, this is critical. For this aim, the German government runs a website.
Knowledge of German: If you have some knowledge of the language, you will have an advantage over other job seekers. You will have a good chance of finding job here if you have the necessary school qualifications, work experience, and a basic grasp of German (B2 or C1). For expert occupations such as research and development, however, knowledge of German is not required.
Individuals are eligible for the EU Blue card if they have a graduate or undergraduate degree from a recognized university and a job with an annual gross salary of 52,000 Euros (as of 2018) in Germany before moving there.
Individuals who have graduated from a German university or are highly skilled professionals in the field of either mathematics, IT, life sciences, or engineering or are medical professionals are also eligible. The conditions are you must earn a salary comparable to German workers.