Working in Rostock

Over 200,000 inhabitants in Rostock enjoy living and working right by the Baltic Sea, in a city atmosphere. The high standard of living and attractive opportunities for work in the economic centre of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania are drawing more and more people to the area.

Jobs and vacancies in Rostock

Jobs in Rostock

You can find current positions and open vacancies on StepStone. The ‘Jobbörse’ website for Rostock has current job adverts and offers.

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Manufacturing of a wind turbine

Further education and training

Here you can find information about offered training and further education in Rostock and its surroundings.

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Vocational and technical schools

Vocational and technical schools

The vocational and technical schools in the Hanseatic and University City of Rostock provide training in many different areas and thus ensure a wide range of training opportunities.

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Why Rostock might be the ideal place for you

Rostock has the ideal conditions to be a hub for your activities in Scandinavia, Finland, Russia and the Baltic region. The harbour and university city of Rostock is steeped in tradition and with its maritime technologies, bio and medical technology, tourism and health economy, it is a national leader that you can help grow even further. The city boasts a lively research system and has been incorporated into international networks. There is an abundance of highly motivated employees.

The historical yet modern city centre, with shopping centres, can be explored on foot. Renowned museums, galleries, theatres and the Kunsthalle gallery with nationally significant exhibitions showing modern artwork, concerts and shows in Rostock offer something for every cultural taste. How long has it been since you last watched the sun rise by the sea? Don’t just think about it. Come and enjoy it.

Living in Rostock & Warnemünde

Hopfenmarkt Rostock

Living in the University and Hanseatic City

Living in Rostock is popular for young and old. With its spacious green spaces, the historical flair of the old town, many cultural and leisure facilities and the Baltic Sea, the Hanseatic city has a lot to offer its inhabitants.

Tram at Doberaner Platz

Public transport

You only need one ticket to get out and about, regardless of whether you’re travelling by train, bus, ferry or tram, and regardless of you’re travelling in just one tariff zone or across the whole VVW network. Once bought, your ticket is valid from your boarding point to your destination, including any connections.