It depends on where you are planning to go. If you plan to go to a big city, like Berlin, Hamburg or München, you could try to get a job in the city centre/ at sights , where it is helpful if you are able to speak other languages. ( For example as a tour guide) Without those skills you could probably work at supermarkets/shops, where you could stock shelf’s, so you do not need to speak with customers. There are probably many more possibilities, but it depends also weather you have qualifications ect. 😊😉
Try Step Stone or smth like this. There is lots of different jobs where you need English even more than German. Also jobs where you need a certain qualification and degree in addition (payment will be good).
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