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A meticulous and sincere employee is a valuable asset to any company. Losing that nonpareil employee is an abysmal situation to adapt to. The company has to spend again on acquiring any employee. The expenses done again on acquiring the replacement becomes an additional provocation for the firm.

But the most awkward situation arises when that best employees quits her job even when he likes it. What are those circumstances that compel a diligent employee to leave his most favorite job? Is that the dirty politics, some personal issues, the bossy boss, or his colleagues. Let’s find out the top 7 reasons why the best employees quit, even when they like their job.

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1. Environment

The atmosphere where you work plays a crucial role in any employee. The unclean surroundings, the unhygienic food served in canteens, the dingy and unmanaged working area, are few factors which are disliked by some personnel. One who is too conscious about all these external factors never likes working in such an environment even if he is paid well or wants his job.

Some organizations might not give this reason priority, but for some, this becomes an important matter to get apprehensive about. It might be that your employee loves to work with you and your organization but he might not be able to handle the sordid environment. So, for an organization, it is necessary to consider the hygiene and well-being of the firm.

2. Affronted and underrated workforce

In many firms, yielding profits and completing the targets is the prime motive of every employer. They treat their employees like cats and dogs who should work without asking a single question. In these circumstances, the employee feels dehumanized and undervalued.

Though every firm is concerned about the profits and productivity of the business, it cannot be achieved if the organization’s team is ill-treated. The underpaid and obstinate work practices compel the employees to quit the job even if he finds it suitable for him. A happy, encouraging, and respected environment is expected from every firm so that the staff works in harmony.

3. Dirty politics at a high level of hierarchy

This is a typical situation at most of the workplaces worldwide. The moment at which groups are formed and people start bitching about the genuine employee of the firm, the case becomes intolerable for some. Those sincere employees who only come to offices for working, cannot stand such devious behavior of his colleagues.

The top to down intense leadership, favoritism and rigid rules often break the employee’s trust in the organization. Different rules for every employee weakens the urge to work in accord with other colleagues. So, the policymaking of the firm should be framed by keeping in mind every employee. Otherwise, no one could stop that unhappy employee who leaves the frim due to dirty dogmas.

4. No prospects

Working with the firm which has imprecise prophecies and no future to hold on, often becomes the prime reason for the employee to leave the job, even when he is designated at a higher position. The assiduous and brainy personnel often dislikes the ambiguity of thoughts and misbalanced system of working.

A firm’s objective and visualizations are of utmost importance. If the higher level of management only cannot adhere to the company policies and principles, then the general workforce will never be able to drag that firm methodically. And due to mismanaged and impractical conjectures, the best teams leave the job.

5. Lack of trust among peers

If the organization lacks the trust factor, then the system fails to work as planned. Too many fights, arguments, and differences in opinions often clearly show that the working system is not right and that the employees do not believe each other over any decision making process.

A firm cannot progress if the employees lack trust in each other and question every single decision made by the authorities. This kind of negative attitude of some people often leads to the loss of candid employees.

6. Veiled working practices

If an employee finds out something fishy going on around the workplace, he would definitely investigate the matter to the extreme levels. The situation might arise when he sees his employer favoring shady business practices, lying or conning his customers, and indulging in unethical dealing with others.

If an employer is caught doing all this with employees’ naked eyes, then the best and the most principled staff will leave immediately.

7. Unproductivity and overburden

When the employees do not see any personal growth and find themselves burdened with the same type of work for years, then the intellectuals naturally leave. Inspiration is needed for these employees in the form of appreciation and growth. They should be given better opportunities to enhance their skills thru education and training.

Work must be divided in such a way so that no one feels burdened and the targets also get completed on time. The beneficial, growing, and light environment can only stop those sincere workforces from leaving work.


In most of the cases, it is found that the sincerest people leave their jobs due to fraudulent working practices or the nature of their subordinates, and not because of the work they are doing. So, every employer should do enough to retain their best employees as they are the commendable assets to the company.

“People respond well to those that are sure of what they want.” — Anna Wintour, editor-in-Chief, American Vogue

The saying goes well with today’s scenario of entrepreneurship. Women entrepreneurs are spreading their wings and achieving their dreams in an exceptional way throughout the world. But, if we look at the present circumstances in Europe, only 15% of businesses are owned by women entrepreneurs. The number is still less as the females are underestimated clearly in the real world of business.

More initiative must be taken to celebrate their existence and emergence in the entrepreneurial world. The reasons are questioned often as to why women entrepreneurs should be given a chance to bring up their identity. So, the simple answer is -the diverse thinking process they possess. The difference in defiance towards a particular angle make a woman more ostentatious and outstanding. And if given a chance to prove her worth, she will definitely have an unforgettable impression on the world.

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The encouragement given from the world will push them to associate with industries that profoundly lacks personnel with varied gender frameworks. A recent start-up in Berlin, named The Hundert, has highlighted all the famous women in power across Europe. It’s digital-centred periodical’s eight edition covers a list of 100 popular European woman initiators. The version is all about women of different ages and lifestyles controls some of the newest syndicates.

Not only young women, but the list includes the single, new mothers, family leaders, as well as failed business owners who try again to achieve their goals. The whole edition will throw light on how these different women have established them successfully in various sectors. Many women readers who are still in dilemma of their life, will surely get experience and motivation to take up new challenges in life.

So, below is the list of top Women of Europe who has surpassed all the barriers and got recognition in the tough entrepreneurial world. So let’s highlight their work and get inspiration from them.


  • Avid Larizadeh Duggan

    Bottica.com-is a London-based tycoon who co-founded Bottica.com, an online opulence bazaar of fashion accoutrements, and is now General Partner at Google Ventures.

  • Alix de Sagazan

    AB Tasty- She is the Paris-based co-founder of AB Tasty – a top European optimization stage for e-marketers which allows them to transform their website without technical acquaintance through AB Testing & personalization.

  • Alice Bentinck

    Entrepreneur First- she is a London-based businessperson who co-founded Entrepreneur First, one of the world’s primary corporation producers, as well as Code First:Girls, a free part-time program for female apprentices.

  • Andrea Pfundmeier

    Boxcryptor- she is a CEO at Boxcryptor which is a safekeeping service for your cloud. It offers End-to-end encryption “Made in Germany” for Dropbox & Co

  • Barbara Labate

    Risparmio Super – she is the initiator of RisparmioSUper, an online shopping store for all the home products at cheap prices.

  • Basak Taspinar Degim

    Armut -she is the founder of Amrut which is a service providing establishment in Europe.

  • Chiara Burberi

    Redooc -she is a founder of the biggest math gym in Italy. The firm offers all fundamental, middle, higher and university programs.

  • Colette Ballou

    Ballou PR—she is the founder of Ballou PR, a European public relations organization that works with high-growth technology and technology-enabled concerns, as well as technology financiers.

  • Delia Fischer

    WestWing- she is a Munich-based magnate who co-founded Westwing, a leading online platform for interior design products.

  • Dörte Höppner

    Invest Europe- she is the previous CEO of Invest Europe and represented Europe’s private equity & venture capital region. Today, she’s the COO of the Riverside Europe Fund, which finances in developing businesses esteemed at up to $400 million.

  • Fausta Pavesio

    Talent Garden Milano-she is a Milan-based impresario, board member and advisor who was named IBAN Business Angel of the Year 2015. In addition, Fausta is the Independent Director of the coworking space Talent Garden Milano.

  • Jessica Stark

    SUP 46, Sweden’s startup – she is a co-founder and board member of SUP 46, Sweden’s startup hub and membership-based communal. She’s also the CEO of StyrelseAkademi, Sweden’s principal conference for the specialized growth of board members.

  • Julia Bösch

    Outfittery- is a Berlin-based industrialist who co-founded Outfittery, one of Europe’s leading e-commerce startups which aims to transform the shopping experience for men.

  • Karen Boers

    Startups.be- is the co-founder and Managing Director of Startups.be – a unique association which funds startups in Belgium. Karen is also a board member and CEO of the European Startup Network.

  • Edyta Kocyk

    SiDLY -is a Co-founder of Sidly. For her accomplishments she has received about 30 awards at national and international level.

  • Emmanuelle Vin

    AMIA Systems – Founder and CEO of AMIA Systems. With her PhD in engineering science and her degree in management from the Ecole Centrale of Paris, she is the intellect behind SIMOGGA.

  • Filipa Neto

    Chic by Choice -Co -Founder and Managing Director at Chic by Choice, the fashion souk that lets European women to hire first-rate designer costumes at a fraction of retail price.

  • Genna Elvin

    TaDaweb –Co-founder of TaDaweb and was a instituting member of the first startup created to bring solar energy to the underprivileged Marshall Islands.

  • Gina Tost

    Geenapp -Journalist and Tech Mentor. Journalist with broad experience, emphasise on Mobile, Technology, Startups and Video Games. Worked for TV channels,newspapers, websites, and radio stations globally.

  • Gioia Pistola

    Atooma -she is an Entrepreneur, Startup Advisor, Chief Marketing, ATooma & Mind the Bridge. Enthusiastic about digital products and business development.

  • Karoli Hindriks

    Jobbatical- she is an Estonian mogul who founded her first startup at the age of 16. Today she’s the CEO of Jobbatical – a platform where global employers borrow the skills of techies and creatives.

  • Kinga Stanislawska

    Experior Venture Fund- she is the founder and Managing Partner of the Warsaw-based Venture Capital firm Experior Venture Fund, which manages PLN 80 million and has made 16 investments to date.

  • Lea-Sophie Cramer

    Amorelie- she is the creator and Managing Director of Berlin-based Amorelie – a stylish online-shop for your love life. Before Amorelie, Lea-Sophie assisted as VP International at Rocket Internet and Groupon.

  • Madeleine Gummer v. Mohl

    Betahaus- she is the co-founder and CEO of Betahaus, a co-working space with workplaces in spaces in Berlin, Hamburg, Sofia and Barcelona. Madeleine is also the co-founder of the accelerator Hardware.co.

  • Nancy Cruickshank

    MyShowcase- she is a London-based capitalist who started MyShowcase, a personal beauty shopping service, serving clients to discover and try custom-made cosmetics, skincare, body care and haircare references.

  • Katharina Klausberger

    Shpock – Co-Founder, CEO and Board Member at Shpock App finderly GmbH.

  • Kinga Jentetics

    PublishDrive – CEO & Co-founder, CEMS – The Global Alliance in Management Education and dynamic representative of women entrepreneurship.

  • Ksenija Rostova

    Inselly – Dedicated to inventive e-commerce start-up Inselly that wishes to change the way how people sell and buy on Instagram.

  • Lea von Bidder

    Ava – Co-founder and President Ava Science, Inc. Her experience list is endless.

  • Stina Ehrensvard

    Yubico – CEO & Founder, Yubico. Started Yubico, and co-created the YubiKey and the FIDO U2F open verification standard to allow a safer internet for everyone.

  • Nathalie Gaveau

    Shopcade- she founded Net-a-Porter back in 2000 in London as a website in magazine layout for marketing designer fashion. Today, Net-a-Porter pays over 3,000 people around the globe.

  • Raffaela Rein

    CareerFoundry- is the initiator and CEO of CareerFoundry, a Berlin-based start-up which today is Europe’s primary online education purpose, teaching the next generation of technical aptitude and digital leaders.

  • Roxanne Varza

    Station F Project- is the Director of the Paris-based Station F project, which set out to become the largest startup campus worldwide. Prior to her current role, Roxanne was the lead for Microsoft’s startup activities in France.

  • Sherry Coutu

    Zoopla- she lives in London and is a former CEO and angel investor who serves on the boards of several companies, chairs Founders4Schools and is a Non-Executive Director of Zoopla and the London Stock Exchange Group.

  • Sonali De Rycker

    Accel Partners- she attached the project capital firm Accel Partners in 2008 and today helps lead the London office as General Partner. Sonali serves as board member at companies like Wallapop, Calastone and IAC.

  • Stephanie Hospital

    One Ragtime- she is the founder of One Ragtime, a global technology investment fund and advisory. Prior to this, she was a Executive Vice President of Orange Digital and served as a board member at Dailymotion.

  • Tanja Kufner

    Startupbootcamp- she is the Managing Director of the Startupbootcamp accelerator in Berlin, and of the consulting firm Rainmaking Innovation. Prior to this, Tanja was Country Manager Germany for Wayra – Telefónica’s startup accelerator.

  • Suzan Claesen

    Crowdyhouse – COO at CROWDYHOUSE, Suzan is responsible for the operational site of the business and most passionately the designer community of CROWDYHOUSE.

  • Taisiya Kudashkina

    tulp – CEO and Founder at websarafan.ru. She has interest in Marketing, market development, customer development.

  • Tamar Yaniv

    Preen.Me – CEO + Co-Founder at Preen.Me. she is big picture thinker and a problem solver.

  • Theresa Steininger

    Wohnwagon –She is a skilful person and has assion about marketing, and graphic designing and marketing strategy.

  • Tiffany Hart

    7write – Co-founder , BD & CMO at 7write. She is a highly experienced and educated person.

  • Triinu Magi

    Neura – CTO at Neura co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Neura, a company managing the AI for Internet of Things

  • Ulane Vilumets

    Like A Local Guide – Traveller at heart, entrepreneur by choice- Her website is the most recommended travel guides in the Baltics and Scandinavia.

  • Ulla Engestrom

    ThingLink – founder & CEO, ThingLink interactive media platform and a pioneer female tech leader ininteractive visual media.

  • Alisée de Tonnac

    SeedStars World- is a Swiss tycoon who co-founded Seedstars World, a global startup competition covering 65+ emerging and developing markets. Alisée now serves as Seedstar World’s CEO.

  • Brigitte Baumann

    Go Beyond Early Stage Investing- is the Founder and CEO of Go Beyond Early Stage Investing. In 2015 EBAN (the European Business Angel Network) named her European Investor of the Year. Born in France, Brigitte and her family live in Zurich.

  • Celine Lazorthes

    FinTech- is the Paris-based founder and CEO of the FinTech success story Leetchi Group – which includes Leetchi.com, an online money pot (+5M users), and MANGOPAY, the disruptive B2B payment solution.

  • Corinne Vigreux

    TomTom- is a Dutch entrepreneur and co-founded TomTom. As a leader of one of the few consumer electronic companies from Europe to become a global brand in the recent history, she is a champion of European innovation.

  • Diva Tommei

    Solenica- is an Italian entrepreneur who co-founded Solenica and runs the company now as CEO. Solenica builds smart natural lighting systems with an Italian design that are beautiful, affordable and easy-to-use.

  • Urska Srsen

    Bellabeat – Cofounder & CPO at Bellabeat- she is focused on driving and building synergy between innovation in technology and design.

  • Verena Pausder

    Fox & Sheep – CEO and founder of Fox and Sheep GmbH. She is opening digital labs for kids and families across Germany to teach kids coding and robotics.

  • Vladimira Teskova

    TeskaLabs – COO at TeskaLabs- TeskaLabs deliver the kinds of solutions that provide organizations an efficient way to protect their IT infrastructure.

  • Yana Vlatchkova

    Swipes – COO at Swipes Incorporated- She is a highly experienced young entrepreneur and has thorough passion in marketing.

  • Yasmin de Giorgio

    The Grassy Hopper –Founder of vegan foods The Grassy Hopper, Yasmin has found her craving in serving worth food to vegans.

  • Zara Martirosyan

    inKin – CEO & Co-founder of inKin Social Fitness Platform, which offers all health related programs.

  • Elizabeth Varley

    TechHub- is the originator and CEO of TechHub. The global tech start-up community is headquartered in the UK, and functions TechHubs in seven cities around the world.

  • Ida Tin

    Clue-she is the co-founder and CEO of Clue, the world’s fastest budding female health app. Berlin-based Clue helps you understand your cycle so you can discover how to live a full and healthy life.

  • Jessica Butcher

    Blippar- is the London-based co-founder and Director of Blippar – the world’s leading visual browser, connecting enlarged reality and image-recognition technology.

  • Judith Clegg

    TakeOut- is the creator & CEO of London and New York based invention and strategy consultancy Takeout. She’s also an investor and advisor in a range of startups including True Office, Onalytica, NSFWcorp and Sofarsounds.

  • Zsuzsa Kecsmar

    Antavo – Co-founder & COO at Antavo, a loyalty management platform for B2C retailers and brands. Former journalist awarded by the European Commission.

  • Karoli Hindriks

    Jobbatical – Founder at Jobbatical.com. She founded her firstcompany at the age of sixteen (officially becoming the youngest inventor of Estonia).

  • Liat Mordechay Hertanu

    24me – Co-Founder | Marketing & Business Development at 24me, an award winning Personal Assistant platform which is named byApple as ‘Best of App Store’, and featured by Google, Apple, Amazon and more.

  • Virginie Simon

    MyScienceWork – CEO&Founder of MyScienceWork, whch is the global scientific platform.

  • Steffi Czerny

    DLD- is the co-founder and Managing Director of DLD, one of the world’s most exclusive events for topics like digital life, future design and entrepreneurship. Steffi and her company DLD Media are based in Munich.

  • Justine Roberts

    MumsNet -is a London-based entrepreneur and the CEO of Mumsnet, the UK’s most popular parenting website, and Gransnet, a sister site dedicated to the over-50s.

  • Kaidi Ruusalepp

    Funderbeam- is the founder and CEO of Funderbeam, a marketplace where startups get funded and traded across borders. Estonia-based Funderbeam combines startup analytics, investing and trading on the secondary market.

  • Kinga Stanislawska

    Venture Capital firm Experior Venture Fund- is the founder and Managing Partner of the Warsaw-based Venture Capital firm Experior Venture Fund, which manages PLN 80 million and has made 16 investments to date.

  • Lisa Lang

    ElektroCouture- is the founder and CEO of Berlin-based ElektroCouture – the first agency to pioneer bespoke innovative electronic wearable technology for the fashion industry. She’s also an evangelist of the Berlin Geekettes.

  • Mar Alarcon Batlle

    SocialCar.com- is the founder and CEO of SocialCar.com, a leading peer to peer car rental company (P2P carsharing) operating in Spain. She’s also a board member of Barcelona Tech City, Adigital and a mentor at Conector Accelerator.

  • MarLisa Terziman

    Fentury – Financial APIs, PSD2, Mobile Banking User Experience. FinTech & Start-Ups hooked. Being one of the reps of the idealistic generation, Lisa aims to raise customer arrangement & knowledge to the next level.

  • Liuba Pashkovskaya

    Red Rock Apps She is a founder of RedRocks App, which is a weight loss app.

  • Maja Mikek

    Celtra – CFO at Celtra Inc. She is a master of scheduling and managing corporations’ financial possessions.

  • Maria Martín

    Tiendeo – Co-founder at Tiendeo. She is a devoted tycoon and a business analyst.

  • Marta Esteve

    Soysuper – Founder and CEO of Soysuper.com, founder of Rentalia.com, co-founder Toprural.com

  • Maryna Kuzmenko

    Petiole – PhD, CEO Petiole- she has Ph.D. in Business Law, LL.M. with Merit in International Commercial Law and the good experience of work in M&A

  • Meryl Job

    Videdressing – Initiator of Videdressing, available for new specialized occasions. Growth, marketing, biz dev, general management.

  • Mette Lykke

    Endomondo – CEO at Too Good To Go, Entrepreneur. Endomondo is a social fitness community based on free real-time GPS following of running, cycling, and other distance-based sports.

  • Milda Mitkute

    Vinted – co-founder of Vinted, which is a leading p2p pre-loved fashion exchanging/trading app.

  • Natalie Masrujeh

    Teach ‘n Go – Co-founder and CTO at Teach’nGo, which is an online Student Management System for private tutors and small schools

  • Nina Angelovska

    Grouper – CEO & Co-founder at Grouper.mk- Won 1st prize at a national competition for most radical business plan in 2010 and got finance to start the business.

  • Nora Khaldi

    Nuritas – Founder and CSO at Nuritas. She is PhD in molecular evolution and bioinformatics as well as a master’s in mathematics.

  • Olga Peters

    QualySense – Chief Financial Officer, a Swiss company emerging a breakthrough technology that will alter the quality models of the agricultural commodities worldwide, improve quality and reduce waste of food globally.

  • Orit Hashay

    Brayola – Founder & CEO, Brayola – The World’s Smartest Personal Bra Shopper.

  • Pauline Laigneau

    Gemmyo – Cofounder & CMO at Gemmyo, a Modern jewelry brand based in Paris, France.

  • Raffaela Rein

    CareerFoundry – Raffaela Rein is the CEO and Co-Founder of CareerFoundry/ The UX School, one of the leading onlineschools for User Experience (UX), User interface (UI) and Voice User Interface (VUI) Design.

  • Rhona Togher

    Restored Hearing – CEO at Restored Hearing- which provides a real and cost effective solution to the problem of harmful noise in the workplace.

  • Rossi Mitova

    Farmhopping – CEO & Founder farmhopping. It bridges the gap between sustainable farms and city people all over the globe.

  • Sarah Wood

    Unruly – Co-Founder and CEO at Unruly- Sarah is a member of the London Mayor’s Business & AccelerateHER Advisory Boards and is a Technology Ambassador for London.

  • Sasha Olenina

    StudyQA –Founder of StudyQA, which is an online academic programs finder.

  • Silje Vallestad

    bSafe –

  • Sofia Pessanha

    Unbabel – COO at Care Revolutions. Care Revolutions is a marketplace for healthcare staff.

  • Sona Pohlova

    Ecocapsule – co-founder at nice&wise, co-founder and Product development director at Ecocapsule.

  • Stina Ehrensvard

    Yubico – Founded Yubico, and co-created the YubiKey and the FIDO U2F open authentication standard to enable a saferinternet for everyone.

  • Marie Helene Ametsreiter

    Speedinvest- is a Partner at the Vienna-based VC firm Speedinvest. She’s also part of the TV show “2 Minuten 2 Millionen“, the Austrian version of Shark Tank.

  • Natalie Massenet

    Net-a-Porter- founded Net-a-Porter back in 2000 in London as a website in magazine format for selling designer fashion. Today, Net-a-Porter employs over 3,000 people around the globe.

  • Paola Bonomo

    Italian angel investor- is an Italian angel investor who previously served as Member of eBay’s European leadership team, led the online business of Italy’s largest financial newspaper, and worked as Marketing Solutions Director at Facebook.

  • Anna Polishchuk

    Allset – Co-founder & COO at Allset. She has a passion for entrepreneurship and producing expedient and stunning products cultivating our lives.

  • Sissel Hansen

    StartUp Everywhere- Founder & CEO Startup Everywhere / Startup Guide- Young and ambitious entrepreneur with mind-set of learning by doing.


Though the European women entrepreneurs are less in number, they have done a commendable job in their respective fields. More motivation will definitely help them to outgrow outside of their regular warzone. In this post, we have tried to throw some light on the influential women entrepreneurs in Europe who are successful in their personal as well as professional lives.

I hope that you all will get motivated after reading their life’s story. In the end, I would like to conclude this post, with the beautiful line said by one more intellect women entrepreneur.

“I never dreamed about success. I worked for it.” — Estée Lauder

Being jobless is the most intense situation of life which you can’t avoid at times. The situation might arise due to sudden economic changes or your personal issues with the peers. Well, we cannot control everything in life, but there are a few things which fall under our control, and we can secure the desired job by managing them effectively. Here, we are talking about the very first impression set in the minds of the employer –Your Resume.

When you are seeking out for a new job, be careful with the mistakes you tend to make in your Job Application or RESUME. By focussing on the few vital aspects you can still lessen the stress of job hunting. We all know that Resume is the crucial element of any job search. A well-written job application will make you a beneficial product for the company by telling your strengths.

However advanced and high-tech the environment becomes, one should always know how to pull a compelling CV to get the preferred job. You must present yourself so competent, that the employer thinks twice before neglecting your silhouette. But only highlighting your one aspect is not enough, and you need to cover all the vital aspects of your professional life candidly.

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Let’s check out those Resume Mistakes which many candidates tend to make unknowingly.

1. Wrong Fonts, Bullets, Dimensions and Spacing

First things first. Whenever a person looks at your resume, he will first look at the overall manifestation while describing your professional and personal life. While preparing the resume, be careful about all the fonts used in various headings and sub-headings.

A proper spacing and framing of paras will always give a good impression in the eyes of scrutiniser. It will take them straight to that point which they are looking for. Always remember; the first reaction which you get is from the look of your resume. No one would even understand the subject matter if you ignore the basics.

2. First things put in last

This is a pervasive mistake which most of us commit while putting the main pointers of the resume. Before designing your resume, go through the tips from the experts and keep that information first which is essential from the reader’s point of view. For example, as per the perfect resume’s layout the personal details are written first, then the summary, highlights and later the experiences and background.

The sequence-wise division of the resume’s components will help the scrutiniser to get a better vision of your achievements and other essential details. So, it is necessary to follow a particular format to sort out the job application’s subject matter as per the priority.

3. Too much boasting

I have seen many CVs that only describe the achievement of the applicant rather than focussing on the overall professional traits. An employer will not judge you solely on the basis of the certificates and awards you have received, but also your outlook in various grounds. Even your hobbies and interests might sound interesting to the employer, or he might select you by your collective performance in other engagements.
Even lying and giving incorrect or abundant information might give a wrong impression about you. So, better try to be truthful and meticulous in your approach while writing a resume.

4. Being Jack of all trades and master of None

Often attempting one size fits all strategy doesn’t work at all. Remember the firm you are applying for and direct your application towards that. For example, if you are applying for a managerial job, try to plan the resume in that direction only.

Adding unnecessary details about your first clerical job or you sport career before this doesn’t make any sense. Always add those points which take the observer straight to the desired feature of yours.

5. Too long or too short resume

The candidates applying for a job often practice the same thing again and again. Either they make the application too protracted that it seems like a story, or make it too short that even main points are ignored. So, you need to balance the resume well with all the adequate and to the point info.

6. A wrong purpose

Most of the resumes’ which have the same or repeated objective, are discarded first by the employer first. Try to be simple in your approach, and just don’t copy someone’s lines to your application form. Come out with the most basic but original ideas of yours, so to make your resume more appealing to the eyes of the assessor.

Every examiner gets the first impression of yours by reading those few top lines written in your resume. So, be genuine and try to show your diligence for the organisation at max. A meaningful objective mentioned will give employers something specific about you and how it will work their company.

7. Don’t get Fancy

A resume is not an article to be posted for various audiences in the market. Try to keep it simple, readable and up to the mark. Including your information via charts, diagrams, or too many highlighting colors will not give a thoughtful look to your job application. And moreover, it will become a headache for the employer to understand the simple meaning of what you want to say.

So, include all the information under proper bullets and design your resume in such a way that the viewer gets straight to the point and understands what you want to say about yourself.

8. Not including low profile tasks done

Most of us are of the impression that a resume including all the great errands done in the past must be included. But that’s not true. One has to be more observant about the small but important jobs done in the past, as these sometimes influence more to the employer than other big jobs served. For example, including a trivial role done to raise charity for an NGO will give a strong positive impact of yours stating your social responsibility towards the society.
You must also not include the past job issues with the boss or the colleagues of the previous firm. This might raise the ears of the interviewer and make him think twice before employing you. The soft and social skills gained from the earlier tasks only prove to be beneficial for any organisation who want to hire you.

9. Missing the use of right words

It is often noticed that resumes’ lack right phrases on the part of contender. No first and third person pronouns should be used to make the resume well turned-out. Even one should avoid words like- “Responsible for” or I did”; instead use words like “took part” or “resolved situations as a part of organisation”, etc. These words always show that you are prepared to work in and as a team.

Final Thought

All the points given above must be considered while preparing your next or first job’s CV. So, don’t commit these mistakes and you will surely leave a great impression on the minds of the interviewer. If you are careful about these slipups, then your resume will definitely rise over the above.

Do you think anything missing ? if yes then free feel to write your comment.

If you think you know the country Germany all so well, you need to think twice, here in this article, I will be giving out 30 solid facts that you may not know about Germany.

  1. Germany happens to be one of the world leaders in Energy and Climate Policies: 33% of the country now lives on renewable energy. In 2011 they came to a consensus to shut down all nuclear stations by the year 2022. They have plans to replace them with renewable energies and storage for electricity.
  2. A homosexual is allowed to adopt in Germany: It is illegal to criticize or discriminate a gay or lesbian in Germany. Also, berlin happens to be the third biggest gay city in the whole of Europe with a total of about 300,000 homosexuals. The German legislation allows on civil union for homosexuals and not marriage. Also, they are only allowed ‘successive adoption’. They can’t adopt as a couple, but the can both adopt the same child individually.
  3. The biggest folk festival in the world is in Munich Oktoberfest: It all stated in 1810 when crown Prince Ludwig celebrated his wedding to Princess Terese on the 12th of October. The festival actually starts in the last week of September, and this is one festival where the beer never runs out.
  4. In 2012, Angela Merkel became the second most powerful person in the world: She has already occupied the position of most powerful woman in the world. Then in 2012, Forbes magazine named her the second most powerful person in the world. She has occupied the position of German chancellor since 2005. In 2009, Mattel created a Barbie doll of Angela Merkel to celebrate Barbie’s 50th anniversary.
  5. Smoking in public places is illegal but drinking is legal: in the year 2007, it was passed into law that citizens must not smoke in public places, buildings and on public transport. You can only drink alcohol in public.
  6. Germany ranks second in the league of beer consumers in Europe: Sequel to Czech Republic, Germany happens to be the second biggest consumer of beer in Europe. In the year 2013, Germany consumed a total of 2.55 billion gallons of beer, this happens to be the lowest since 1990. Germany has over 1200 breweries and over 5000 different brands of beer.
  7. Germany is a world leading book nation: Germany publishes about 94,000 books annually. German poet and theologian Johann Rist was the author of one of the first magazines to be published (Erbauliche Monaths-Unterredungen). Germany also happens to have one of the most important book publishing events in the world; the International Frankfurt Book fair.
  8. Germany as the most cultural places and activities in the world: In Germany, more people attend exhibitions rather than football matches. Germany has more art galleries, museums, and exhibition halls than any other country in the world. As at 2013, Germany has 8,800 libraries, 130 professional orchestras, 820 theatres, and 6,200 museums.
  9. Germany ranks high in largest car manufacturers in the world: Germany happens to be the manufacturers of the following popular brands of cars; Audi, BMW, Mercedes, and Volks Wagen. In 2015, Germany sold a total of 6million cars.
  10. SME’s make up about 52% of Germany’s total economy: The number of work force for these SMEs sum unto about 14million people. Research shows that 4 out of every 5 trainees work in SMEs. Research also shows that 99% of German companies are SMEs (Small and Medium- sized Enterprise).
  11. Germany has the strongest economy in EU: Germany has excelled in so many fields including having a solid and formidable economy with a GDP of $3.84trillion. They are also the number 4 in the world behind the US, china and Japan.
  12. Germany has very low unemployment rate: In 2015, Germany adopted a minimum wage system. Men work mostly full-time, while women mostly with children usually work part-time. Research show that, as at 2016; Youth unemployment rate was at 7.7%, normal unemployment rate was at 4.2%, and more than 50% of people (43.3million) with the age grade of 15-64 were under employment.
  13. Germany has a formidable educational system: Following the OECD’s PISA scale, students in Germany score higher than average. Unlike the 74.2% in the EU, 86% of adults in Germany between 25-64years have a minimum of a high school diploma.
  14. Germany has the largest zoo in the world: Berlin’s Zoologischer Garten happens to be the largest zoo in the world. In addition to having the largest zoo in the world, Germany also have more than 400 registered zoos and about 700 facilities. These facilities include; safari parks, animal reserves, bird parks, aquariums, wildlife parks, and zoological gardens.
  15. Germany has a high life expectancy rate: The Global AgeWatch Index 2015 ranked Germany 4th out of 96 countries for best countries for the elderly people and their well-being. Over 26% of the country’s population is above the age of 60. Life expectancy in Germany is 83 for men and 78 for women.
  16. Germany tops EU population chart: Currently Germany has a population of about 80.9 million; this population however is in decline. UN predict for this to drop to about 67 million by 2060. 40% of houses in Germany are single-person households. Germany also has one of the lowest birthrates in the world.
  17. Some of the most popular inventions in the world are credited to Germans: Invention such as these can be accredited to the Germans; LCD screen, Walkman, jet engine, motorcycle, automobile engine, differential gear, insulin, pocket watch, paraffin, light bulb, automated calculator, and automobile.
  18. Germany has the second most Punctual Large airport in the world: The Airport in Munich happens to be the second most punctual airport in the world, sequel to the Tokyo airport. This report comes from OAG.
  19. Germany is also famous for thinkers and poets: Germany can boast of the following people; Beethoven, Goethe, and Bach. Composers such as; R. Strauss, Handel, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Wagner, and Brahms. Also, these great philosophers were also Germans; Heidegger, Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, Hegel, and Kant.
  20. Germany has changed its capital seven times: Germany’s capital city has moved between these cities till date; Aachen (during the Carolingian Empire), Regensburg, Frankfurt-am-Main, Nuremberg, Berlin, and Weimar (unofficially, during unrest in Berlin), Bonn (and East Berlin), and, since 1990, Berlin again.
  21. The German language has the most native speakers in Europe: In addition to being the most populated county in the EU, they also have the highest number of people speaking a native language in Europe. The German language was the once the lingua franca for central, eastern and northern Europe.
  22. Germany was formerly a group of small kingdoms, and duchies: 300 crown princes’ came together to form what we know today as Germany in 1648. This was called the “Peace of West Phalia”. In 1701 the name was changed to Prussia, in 1815 the name was changed to Germanic confederation, and in 1871 it was changed to German confederation
  23. Germany consumes over 800million Currywurst annually: This special sausage usually served with a spicy sauce has become a tradition in Germany today. The city of berlin alone consumes over 7 million Currywurst annually. The love for this snack moved the Germans to create a museum for it.
  24. Higher education is free in Germany even for foreigners: In the year 2014, the German confederation passed a bill into law. Bachelor’s degree for all public universities was going to be free of charge. The politicians thought it to be socially unjust to have to pay for higher education.
  25. The Second World War led to the origination of Fanta in Germany: The trade embargo during the Second World War which stopped the importing of Coca-Cola led the head of Coca-Cola in Germany to make a another drink making use of leftover materials such as apple pomace and whey. This drink is what we know as Fanta today.
  26. The country Germany has a right to pick what name you give your child: According to the German constitution, you cannot give your child a name that doesn’t belong to a gender; neither can you use a family name as first name. As at 2014, Sophie and Maximillian were the most popular names for children in Germany.
  27. It’s a criminal offence to run out of fuel in the German Autobahn: You can be fined or receive as much as a 6months license suspension if you are park on the highway because of an empty tank. It is also a criminal offence to run or walk on the highway. You would pay as much as 90Euros as fine.
  28. It is Legal to break out of jail in Germany: In Germany, prisoners have the right to break out of jail, as it is not a criminal offence to escape jail. But if you damage any property, or injure anybody during the course of their escape.
  29. Berlin has more bridges than Venice: The capital city of berlin has the biggest water network in Europe. Berlin has around 180km of mobile water, 59.8 square kilometer of water. Research also shows that the city of berlin has 960 bridges.
  30. Germany pioneered the Daylight Saving Time (DST): The DST first occurred during the World War 1 in 1916. It was actually put in place to preserve energy. It is also called Summer Time.

What am I missing here? Let me know in the comments and I’ll add it in!

We’re proud to announce the participant of the Berlin’s Largest Student-run Entrepreneurship Summit organizing by the Start Call! START Call is the event to dive into Berlin’s startup scene. On two days you will meet influential startup founders,learn about current trends, attend speeches & workshops, connect with like minded people and most exciting of all, & visit our booth at jobs fair.

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You think about working in a startup or founding your own? This is the event to gain insights and meet the right people to guide you! We are here to help you make the first step to your dream startup. Build your future with us – in Europe’s start-up capital Berlin!


Dive into the Startup scene. Learn about the newest trends in the buzzing heart of European entrepreneurship. Meet the next generation of Berlin’s founders. Don’t miss a chance to meet the Germany’s most talented students, network with founders of the brightest Berlin startups, exchange ideas and get tons of inspiration! We’ll get in touch with each of you there.

Join Berlin startup community, meet the right people, find your dream team, grow your idea and become part of the innovation movement! Get your ticket to join our workshop to hack entrepreneurship: Get Tickets.

Announcing the Global Startup Challenge 2017 – an initiative of an Edge196 supported by Germany Startup Jobs ,official Recruitment Startup Partner to help startups and entrepreneurs go from prototype to development to launch.

FinTech is an initiative to empower innovations & start-ups across the globe through the platform EDGE 196. The challenge runs across 26 global clusters (196 countries) where our objective is to identify start-ups that have the potential to become the next unicorn in the world. The three shortlisted start-ups are invited for online conference pitch session & the 26 winners are then offered the term sheets and provided with an Acceleration program run by one of our global partners in India, UK, Canada, Singapore, and USA.

Total Investment commitment: 2.30 Million USD

Investment Split: One winning start-up from each cluster (26 Clusters) will get an investment of 50,000 USD. And out of 26 winning start-ups, one will be selected for the grand investment of $1 Million USD.

Timeline of the competition

To apply you would have to answer a few questions which involve information about the date of incorporation, brief description, stage, team size, annual revenue, the amount of revenue you are looking for from investors and upload your pitch deck along with a video.

Once we shortlist your startup you will be contacted by our team of analysts.

The deadline is: 30th October 2017

  • Evaluation of the Start-ups: 1st to 15th November 2017 (shortlisting)
  • Online pitch session: 24th November 2017 (video conference)
  • Grand finale: January 2018

Eligibility Criteria

A start-up must fulfil the following requirements to qualify for the Start-up Challenge:

  • Must be at a MVP stage or later
  • Preferably with influence in terms of clients/revenue.
  • No more than 3 years in development.
  • With a significant Target Audience and intending to go global.
  • At least 2 people working on it.


Global Market Access: The start-ups with potential are facilitated and presented into the global market for broader audience.

Investment: The winning start-up from each cluster gets investment of 50,000 USD to finance their project. One potential start-up across the globe gets the investment of whopping 1 Million USD.

Acceleration: The winning start-ups from each cluster get the chance to enter into acceleration program that is run by one of Edge 196’s global partners.

Start-up Summit: The final 26 successful start-ups are then invited to the Grand Finale to pitch their ideas.

Continuity Investment: The selected start-up has the chance to raise its continuity investment through Global Investment Partners. (Investment is equity based).

Competition is in the FinTech domain, so your start-up should ideally lie in any of the following areas:

Selection Criteria

The jury will select the start-ups based on the following parameters:

  • Problem Solving: Start-ups with a simple solution and a powerful impact.
  • Team: Passionate founders and a team that believes in their vision.
  • Innovation: The technology behind the original solution and future scope.
  • Global Scalability: Sustainable startups that have scalable models.
  • Market sustainability, business model and revenue forecast etc.

The hardest part of starting up is starting out. With Germany Startup Jobs and Edge196, you’ll be immersed in the ideal environment for startup magic to happen.


Please check for your country via this link and submit your application via respective cluster pages.

We are looking forward your application, if you have any questions or feedback, please free feel to write your comments 🙂

Germany Startup Jobs aim to help Germany‘s entrepreneurs of newly established businesses find the most qualified team member(s) and get their projects done by highly efficient professionals from Germany and a global pool of talents; thus, boosting their business significantly. The high-quality job portal eliminates the time-consuming job seeking, tracking, and hiring processes and matches every job giver with the right job seeker.

Germany Startup Jobs offers locally-based startup businesses a unique opportunity to grow their business by finding and hiring the most qualified candidates through a single-step, user-friendly process. That way, new business owners can save considerable time from having to go over numerous resumes to find the right person for the job required and money spent on purchasing recruitment software while candidates can easily connect with much-promising businesses with enormous potential.

According to statistics, 40% of businesses fail within the first year and nine in ten entrepreneurs that start a business fail during their first five years of operation. One of the principle reasons for this is having a poor management team. If the work done in building, implementing, and promoting a product or service is weak, and if customer satisfaction does not meet the expected standards (at least), startups are doomed to colossal failure. That aside, a weak management team builds weak teams below them, which leads to important revenue lost. Eventually new businesses run out of cash and go bankrupt. However, newly established companies cannot afford complex HR processes, but they do need to keep application tracking records without spending enormous amounts to recruitment agencies or any other highly-paid third party to find the right people and build great team.This is where Germany Startup Jobs come in and make the difference.

Germany Startup Jobs has created a platform specifically designed for innovative SMEs (Small Medium Enterprises) in Germany, and focuses on:

Ensuring startups find the best, most qualified candidate(s) for their project.
Offering an easy, one-click recruitment and job finding process, saving both parties time and, of course, money.

Helping the local communities fight unemployment by giving skilled Germany‘s professionals the opportunity to get a job relevant to their skills.

Reaching job seekers on social networks, such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Xing, Google+, among others.
Allowing talented people from all over the globe to work remotely and contribute to business growth.
Providing startups with a remarkable opportunity to have their business running 24/7.

“Our goal is to help both SMEs and talented individuals so that startups can flourish. For that reason, we implement strict application acceptance rules, and each resume undergoes meticulous review. Germany Startup Jobs is proud to start an innovative project, created to give new entrepreneurs a time-saving, all-in-one solution to their most urgent needs and issues and a valuable helping hand to succeed.”

Once the idea is ready and sure to be implemented, one must make sure it complies with the policies of German government and maintains the legal requirements. Some of the most elementary things to be kept in mind are as follows:

1.Residence Permit

If you are from a Non-European (non-EU) country, the primary step is to get yourself registered for a ‘residence permit’. There are two kinds of permits that one can get (depending on what you have applied): One with no-permission for self-employment and other for permission with self-employment. 

Opening a business in Germany

2.Valid reason to start

The only way another country allows you to start something is when you provide a valid reason to build the start-up. Question arises of what you bring to their economy and that is a reasonable reason you should have an answer to.

Establishing a startup in Germany

3.Changing of ‘residence permit’ type

If you already have a residence permit, but it officially does not allow you to be self-employed, you must apply for self-employment permission at the foreign office.

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4.Assessment stage

Knowing the reason is just the start. You need to closely assess your idea and present in terms of amount that is required for investing, potential employment opportunities that you can help in arising within the society and contribution to the society in various aspects. Once all these aspects are clarified, the administration gets a better view of your idea.

how to start company in Germany

5.Student to employer

If you have studied and graduated from any of the universities of Germany, and the idea of entrepreneurship lures you, then you must make sure one key point: The idea of the start-up must be in relation to your studies. If your start-up can bring about changes for betterment in your field, it makes it easier for the government to provide you with an opportunity to pitch in your potential.

Registering a company in Germany

6.Making it official

Once you have a clean state and all the above points clarified and prepared, it is time to submit your application for “residence permit for the purpose of self-employed commercial activity” or so-called “Aufenthaltstitel zum Zweck der selbständigen Gewerbeausübung” to appropriate office for foreigners in Germany.

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Start gathering your thoughts and documents and all wish you good luck.


When you apply for a job in a start-ups in Germany, the Curriculum Vitae (CV) is one of the most important documents. For the HR Manager, your application is by far the best way to get a first impression—and often it is your only chance.

1. KISS—Keep it short and simple

The correct length is actually not too hard to find (although there are plenty of applicants who write whole books about their professional careers).

  • Remember: One A4 page in a CV for 10 years of professional experience.
  • Try to concentrate on 3 to 4 of the most important bullet points instead of listing all tasks you did in your career; everything else distracts from the essential part. 
  • Too short a CV may not be smart, too: The interviewer will have no idea of who you are and what your main skills are.

2. Proper Outline

After setting out the document, it makes sense to put the information in an intelligent structure, so that recruiters out there get to see the most important stages and information at a glance.

A popular and logical structure for a German CV is:

  1. Personal data (contact details, address, date and place of birth)
  2. Academic qualifications (university degree, major field of study; other schools attended)
  3. Career (all previous jobs and internships, if necessary)
  4. Further developments and skills (language course(s); additional training; volunteer training)
  5. Other skills (language skills; computer skills, if necessary; driver’s licence; interests)

Remember: It depends on how long your academic career is.

Tip: Depending on how long your professional career is, Points 2 and 3 should be definitely changed. So, when your work experience is longer than 1 year, make sure that your last position stays on top. A 35 year old man with 15 years’ of working experience sets his focus on his work achievements rather than his university degree.

3. Professional picture

After you have set up the content, the part that first jumps to the recruiter´s eye is still missing: the application photo.

Although it is no longer necessary in an application to integrate a photo in many countries, it still enjoys great popularity in Germany (although many HR managers would deny this).

Make sure that your expression is friendly but not too cheesy
Never try to make one of these embarrassing poses, like supporting your chin on your clenched fist. Terrible!
The best placement is often the upper right corner of the first page

The perfect German CV: Need some help? 

Did you write your last professional application years ago and now you have no idea how to set it up properly? Do you need support in creating a perfect CV in German and perhaps also in designing the cover letter? No problem: Our Startup focuses on creating outstanding CVs and also individual cover letters in English, German and various other languages.

Get in touch with us now! We are pleased to help.

“It’s not about ideas. It’s about making ideas happen.” – Scott Belsky, co-founder of Behance.

I see a lot of my friends and acquaintances coming up with new ideas and trying to create a new life for themselves. In my opinion, a goal without a plan is just a dream. And before you have a plan, it is essential to ask these simple questions to yourself. Once you have the answers sorted and you are absolutely sure about it, no one can control your flight henceforth.

So, let’s begin.

1)  Why do I want to do this?  – Has been a life long dream or a sudden interest to do things by yourself? Do you think like a person who can convince people to accept your idea? If the answers to any of those questions is yes, you have surely started at the right place.


2)  Is my idea going to keep me motivated? – Are you motivated by the concept of a startup or the idea that may give rise to one. If your idea or concept is where your mind lies, then this will definitely go a long run!


3)  Do I have a reliable team? – Is there a friend or a colleague or someone you are in partnership with that you can trust on? Is that person into the concept of a start-up as much as you are? Are you both or your team as motivated? Single-handedly you can do what you are good at, but there is always a team effort at back-end and for that, you need people who have your back.


4)  Do I have sufficient funds? – Stories about a start-up being started in a garage or basement are right and true. But do you have the funds to self suffice until your concept is launched? It can take a while before you have investors and until then every penny counts. If you have sufficient funds to at least represent yourself in market, well, you have a green signal there.


5)  Time factor? – If you have constantly someone who needs results within a short span and other responsibilities at hand, like your family or education loans, then maybe you need to stop before taking this step. But if those factors are not in the picture, and have the patience till you hit the market, keep working!


6)  Am I ready for other possibilities? – Who doesn’t like success? Who doesn’t want to be famous and rich? But, there is always another side to the coin. If you have the courage to be a realistic person and be ready for the other side, in case you get hit by the wind, then start-up is the thing for you.


7)  Is there a market or audience for my idea? – If you are trying to sell an encyclopedia in times of Google, think again my friend. Evaluate your idea with the market and hit it right. Someone once told me, it’s all about how you pitch in.


8)  Do I have what others don’t? – If you have the confidence, motivation, idea, time, money and courage to face the endless possibilities, with no fear of failure, go ahead and start a START-UP! Believe in yourself, and be that good, that you should be able to “Sell ice to the Eskimos”!


All the very best for your plans!

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