Web & Mobile (IT)

Dear web/frontend/backend developers, UX designers, UI designers, account managers, sales managers, copywriters, web designers, business intelligence analysts and product managers, many of your colleagues are already working at one of about 5,700 digital companies located in Berlin and Brandenburg. 

Digitization is not merely a trend, it’s a driver of innovation in the 21st century – it’s remaking business models and having an effect on everything from communications and mobility to security and research. The Berlin-Brandenburg capital region is Germany's digital hub. Industry giants like Google, SAP, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter or Mozilla have chosen to settle here, as have companies like ebay, Zalando, Ableton and Amazon, whose day-to-day activities rely on digital innovations and improvements. Any one of them could be your future employer.

A new startup is founded in Berlin once every 20 hours – most of them in the digital sector. Examples include companies like 6Wunderkinder, Amen, Gidsy, the Scout Group, Tweek, HitFox or SoundCloud – companies that garner international attention and could well be your future employer. The capital region is not only where most German startups are born, it's also home to major accelerators and investors, such as hub:raum, Plug & Play, Microsoft Ventures and Earlybird Capital. Their presence helps greatly in speeding up the development of digital business. Investment companies like Rocket Internet have been launching new businesses once every three months, including Foodora, Westwing, Hello Fresh and Travelbird – companies that offer a steady supply of jobs in your field.

On the other hand, you may instead choose to work at one of Berlin's many digital agencies, like denkwerk, Moccu or VALID, that focus on web development and mobile applications (apps) – or at one of the companies in Berlin or Brandenburg that has its own web development department, such as Testo AG or Roche Germany Holding GmbH, or those that make their own digital products like PLT (digital traffic detection and data processing). This sector also offers jobs for office staff as well as in sales, distribution and marketing. The teams working for Berlin-based digital companies are international in character and their primary language is usually English.

Salaries are based, as always, on experience and the current pay rates in effect at the respective companies. A programmer’s average yearly earnings are 50,000 euros, while a UX designer earns roughly 45,000 euros and upwards and a business analyst starts at 40,000 euros. Once you've gotten a proper footing in your new job, what comes next is a matter of talent and negotiation. In addition, a great many freelancers in your field are also working in the Berlin-Brandenburg region. As a freelancer, you can expect to earn a daily fee starting at around 250 euros net. But you'll have to bear the costs of health insurance and taxes yourself. Your exact rate of pay will depend on your negotiating skills. So get started on your job search now! It'll pay off in the end. 

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OUR TIP: Our company slider provides an easy way to find out which Berlin-based companies have exciting jobs in the field of web & mobile. Just click on the desired logo, check out the brief job profile and then get in touch with the company if it looks like something that interests you.

Berlin-based companies in Web & Mobile

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