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thyssenkrupp stands for more than 106,000 employees in 78 countries and annual sales of €41.5 billion. We stand for automotive, logistics, plant engineering, steel production, elevator construction and much more. We operate all over the world, in large and small companies and have a wide variety of customers. But we all have a common goal: to provide outstanding products and technologies that advance our customers and meet current and future challenges.

So we are also always seeking young talents who want to join us. What you need? Good team skills, reliability and – depending on apprenticeship – an interest in technical or commercial matters. In any case you need to be interested in our thyssenkrupp world.

You’ve got that? You want to know how much cement is used around the world every year? How many elevators, escalators, moving walks and passenger boarding bridges thyssenkrupp has installed at Dubai International Airport and whether tinplate can be recycled? Then take our quiz! We promise: afterwards you will know a bit more about what we do and what you can work on with us in the future.

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