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Marketing Manager

Finally: no more meaningless job descriptions. I really like the calendar and the video. They show me what a job has to offer to me.

Tax Adviser

I find Spielwork useful because it gives me a genuine picture of what a job entails. This means that you are much better informed than with a 'normal' vacancy.

Campaign Marketeer

Vacancies that show what a job is truly about and that go beyond hollow phrases such as 'dynamic' and 'hands on.'


Spielwork creates transparency in the job market. No vague endless job descriptions, but a clear display of what you can expect. This makes it easier to decide whether that interesting job is really the right one.


A Spielwork vacancy provides insight into the actual tasks and atmosphere on the work floor. This way I can apply better, more focused and with more motivation for the job.


I was really done with all the standard vacancies on traditional job boards. Spielwork shows me the exact information I want to know about a job. Consequently, you know precisely where you stand before you start writing a motivation letter.

Joey Wielkens

Compared to the mainstream, Spielwork vacancies are a breath of fresh air. Usually, standard vacancies annoy me and they rarely provide me with any insights. As a matter of fact, they scare me off beforehand.


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