Marie-Luise Mähler

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Marie-Luise Mähler 70Marie-Luise Mähler worked for MTV, for example, or at the press conference of the German Embassy in Brussels.

Marie-Luise Mähler graduated as an editorial staff member at MTV and studied Romance Languages ​​and English at the University of Potsdam. She was a member of the press conference of the German Embassy in Brussels and expanded her multilingualism. Then she worked for a large temporary work company as a company supervisor in various industries. She speaks five languages.

Latest posts

Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

Anonymous applications: vehicle for integration and emancipation?

A pilot project on the anonymized application process by the anti-discrimination agency, the Institute for the Future of Work and Viadrina University shows: In many cases, this recruitment measure has been presented as an important means for more equal opportunities for women and migrants. But how helpful are they really? Read more

Career & Curriculum {HR magazine}

Experience report Career Entry for Humanities: Temporary Employment - Opportunity or Risk?

It was not easy for me to start my career as a humanities scholar - even though I already completed my studies before my studies and also spent some time abroad in Paris. At the moment I'm working with temporary work, which I currently perceive as an opportunity rather than a risk. How do you see temporary work? What experiences have you done? Read more