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Hello every1 im am a plasterer looking for work in Germany again can anybody tell me if there is any work going please

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Hello every1 im am a plasterer looking for work in Germany again can anybody tell me if there is any work going please
Plenty of work going if you can look through the German job websites for 'Gipser' or 'Stuckateur' .
as an example:
Jobrapido | Arbeit, Gipser Jobs, Stellenangebote

Not sure what the rates are like though. Maybe you will have to compete with the many new EEA workers.

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jeh its just crap work and poorley paide nether againe if your on the cards 1500 euro tacke home for killing your self 12 haures a day self imployed is no beter if you even get paide

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hi can you tell me if you found work in germany my name is tim i am look for plastering work there many thank

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hi can you tell me if you found work in germany my name is tim i am look for plastering work there many thank
HALLO TIM THEIR IS A FIRM CALLED GOLDHOFER & SCHAURE IN WOLRATSHAUSEN THATS 50KM SAUTH OF MUNCHEN THEY TACKE ON PLASTERING CONTRACHTS YOU CAN TRY GIVING THEM A PHONE CALL THEY HAVE LOTS OF WORK i CAN GIVE YOU THE PHONE NUMBER BUT i AM ON HOLIDAY AT PRESENT FOR NOTHER 2 WEEKS IN THE PHILOPINES THEIR IS LOADES OF PLASTERING FIRMS YOU JUST NOT GOING TO EARN BIG BUCKS MAY BE THE MOST YOU WILL EARN IS ON WEEKENDES PRIVATELY !

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HALLO TIM THEIR IS A FIRM CALLED GOLDHOFER & SCHAURE IN WOLRATSHAUSEN THATS 50KM SAUTH OF MUNCHEN THEY TACKE ON PLASTERING CONTRACHTS YOU CAN TRY GIVING THEM A PHONE CALL THEY HAVE LOTS OF WORK i CAN GIVE YOU THE PHONE NUMBER BUT i AM ON HOLIDAY AT PRESENT FOR NOTHER 2 WEEKS IN THE PHILOPINES THEIR IS LOADES OF PLASTERING FIRMS YOU JUST NOT GOING TO EARN BIG BUCKS MAY BE THE MOST YOU WILL EARN IS ON WEEKENDES PRIVATELY !
Try contacting them through their website:
Goldhofer und Schauer +++ Verputz +++ Wolfratshausen +++

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I've recently comeback from Germany,there is loads of
work,but most through agencies,and your talking no more
than 12's an hour.I shall move there in the summer to
start coaching at a football club in Wiesbaden but i need
to find other work as well and i'm a painter/decorater so
have inquired and been offered 12 it's ok to get your
foot in the door,but if your greedy and looking for mega
bucks,then i think you'll have to look elsewhere.

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hi can you tell me if you found work in germany my name is tim i am look for plastering work there many thank
no im still looking 2 get back working over there

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I've been looking into the availability of work for plasterers in Munich and can't find anything!

I've tried a few of the companies suggested above but had no reply. Am I wasting my time or are you really only going to be able to line up work once in the city?

Any help would be appreciated, just want to know for the future really...

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stick at it chrisyehh, did you speak to them in German? If not, I think it might be better if you are physically present there or try sending them your details or at least give them something on paper. I am sure there is work there due to the booming building sector.
Hopefully, some of the other posters can advise. I hope you find something.

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