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I had a BBA degree and one year experience working as the data analytics back in my home country, however, recently I just attend the MBA degree in Germany.

I will look for Data(IT oritend) job after graduation.

The resident work permit and EU BLUE CARD is something I'm not really sure of.

I have heard that you need to work with the job that relevant to your degree in order to obtain work-permit.

In my case, the MBA may be not relevant to Data job that I expected to have. Also, which permit I should apply? German resident visa or EU Blue card

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The visa you apply for essentially depends on the type of job offer you have. If you:

  • want to work in Germany in general employment (ie. a job that does not require you to be highly skilled or highly educated), you will need to apply for a German residence permit for the purpose of general employment (essentially a German work visa and German work permit). You will only be eligible if the position cannot be filled by a worker from the EU/EEA or Switzerland. You will need to have a vocational qualification and a firm offer of a job in Germany; you will need to show both evidence of your qualification and an employment contract or letter of intent in your application.

  • hold a recognised university degree and have sufficient funds to support you during your stay, you can apply for a six-month residence permit to look for work, known as the jobseeker’s visa. You are not permitted, however, to undertake any work in Germany while looking.

  • want to apply for an EU Blue Card in Germany you need a university degree from a German university or equivalent from a foreign university and a guaranteed job in Germany with an income of EUR 50,800 EUR (EUR 39,624 in shortage occupations).

  • fit the highly skilled category (plus earning more than EUR 84,600) you can apply for a settlement permit, entitling you ­– and your family members – to live and work in Germany indefinitely.

Source: https://www.expatica.com/de/employment/employment-law/work-in-germany-getting-a-german-work-permit-100900/

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