Anke Ernst

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Anke Ernst anke-ernst_index-magazin_dusseldorfAnke Ernst is the editor-in-chief of the art magazine INDEX in Düsseldorf and a freelance journalist for travel, art and culture.

She was born in Togo, grew up in Panama and Spain, completed a volunteer service in Thailand as a dancer and ballet teacher in Bangkok. She has a master's degree in comparative literary studies, Spanish and French philology in Bonn and Paris and speaks fluent German, Spanish, French, English and has basic knowledge in Greek, Russian and Thai. Her previous employers included PHOENIX, the Language Center of the University of Bonn, the Opera Bonn and Deutsche Post DHL.

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http://www.anke-ernst.net/

Latest posts





Career & Curriculum {HR magazine}

Young career starters worldwide: life is a journey

Kris is from Texas, one of the most conservative states in the US. Nevertheless, he does not stick to established traditions, but sees life as an exciting journey, which gives new impulses in new directions. Career planning makes sense only to him. Read more

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Career & Curriculum {HR magazine}

Young job starters worldwide: What to do if earning a lot of money is not the goal of life?

The only thing that would irritate Marie about marriage is the white wedding dress. Even otherwise, it does not seem to hold much of conventional security. Anke Ernst is now in New Zealand on her professional and self-discovery world trip. She talks to the Frenchwoman Marie about marriage, security, the variety of different job opportunities and the disorientation of the internship generation. Read more

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