Top 10 Companies to Work For in Germany

Top 10 Companies to Work For in Germany

The biggest national economy in Europe – Germany, is also one of the top ten largest economies on Earth today. The powerful nation is one of the few countries with a stable AAA credit rating. It is also home to some of the best-known global brands in the world.

If you have been looking to settle down in Europe, Germany is one country to look for. Here is a list of the top 10 companies to work for in Germany.

1.      Volkswagen Group

Headquartered in Wolfsburg, the Volkswagen Group is the largest car manufacturing company in Europe and certainly one of the biggest in the world. The group is comprised of 12 brands from 7 countries in Europe namely Volkswagen Passenger Cars, SEAT, Audi, SKODA, Bugatti, Bentley, Porsche, Ducati, Lamborghini, Scania, Volkswagen Commercial vehicles and MAN. With a market value of $119 billion, Volkswagen Group is certainly a great company to work with.

2.      SIEMENS

A globally operated technology company, Siemens has its major activities in the field of healthcare, energy, infrastructure industries. The company has more than 362,000 workers and runs its business in almost all the major countries in the world. Its market value today is worth $114.2 billion.

3.      Bayer

Bayer is a global company with its main competencies in the field of agriculture, healthcare and advanced polymer productions. Bayer is known to be an innovative brand as it sets high standards and new trends in research-intensive areas. The companies’ products and services are produced to benefit common people and improve their living standards. The company enjoys a market value of $111.3 billion.

4.      Daimler

Daimler is one of the most successful automobile companies in the world. Its group comprises of Mercedes Benz cars and vans, Daimler trucks and buses and Daimler financial services. The company is the world’s biggest producer of commercial vehicles and premium cars. Daimler Financial Service offers fleet management, leasing, financing, insurance and mobility services. With so many businesses running under its belt, Daimler is worth $102.9 billion.

5.      BASF


A leading chemical company, BASF has about 112,000 workers, 6 Verbund sites and 376 manufacturing sites across the world. The company serves its partners and customers all over the world and has a market share of $102.3 billion.

6.      SAP

With its headquarters in Walldorf, the company has its presence in more than 130 countries worldwide. It is a world leader in software-related services and enterprise software solutions. As a global leader in enterprise software, the company assists other big and small organizations all over the world to run better and safer. Its market value is worth $97.1 billion.

7.     BMW Group

The history of BMW dates back to 1917; the BMW Group today is one among the ten largest car manufacturers in the world. It produces three of the best premium brands known in the car industry today – Rolls-Royce, BMW and MINI. The company also enjoys a strong market position with its luxury motorcycle production and is worth a market value of $83 billion.

8.      Allianz SE

One of the world’s leading insurance brands, Allianz SE produces a variety of insurance products and services that include life, health and casualty/property cover for businesses and individuals. It operates with more than thousand subsidiaries, affiliates and ventures for its global reach. It extends its services to more than 78 million customers across the globe.

9.      Deutsche Telekom

The company is one of the leading telecommunication brands in the world with a record of 143 million cell phone customers, more than 17 million broadband lines and 31 million fixed-line networks. Deutsche Telekom serves both individual customers and business and corporate customers. It is worth $79.8 billion today.

10.   Continental AG

Continental ranks number five among companies worldwide in the production and supply of brake systems, power train components and systems, infotainment solutions, instrumentation, tires, vehicle electronics and technical elastomers. The company is credited for its global climate protection and driving safety contributions. The company is worth $44 billion.

As a job seeker who loves to settle in Germany, you must consider yourself lucky if you are placed in one of these globally recognized organizations.