Germany , in the course of a rapid economic growth urgently seeks skilled workers and it has opened its doors to almost every student who come from around the world. Such is the necessity, which has designed a specific rule, the recognition law which is approved in three months for professional and academic qualifications from outside the European Union.
The new standard, which will see today that the Council of Ministers of Merkel becomes the first country in the EU to launch a regulation of this type for global brain uptake, thus responding to the demands of your market. Within three months for approval and was established for securities issued in the EU. It is a measure “cutting edge”, the ministry said, in a strategy to turn Germany into a target “attractive” for skilled migrants. We need engineers, technicians, doctors and nurses.
The German Government has decided to turn “all the potential qualified” in the country, in view of the shortfalls. All potential means “women, elderly and immigrants already living in Germany,” he said yesterday. Its capital is mobilized, so as to promote a culture of welcome and to seek the workers from other countries, Schavan illustrated the content of the new law as “a logical step required in a global world,”Germany will do everything possible in the coming months to see that nationality is no longer an obstacle. “People do not play any role in the recognition of the title,” said Schavan. Yes we will play a language whose knowledge is necessary for many jobs in Germany, but will not be a condition of approval of the title.
Although the Ministry of Education yesterday was unable to give figures of how many professionals are needed and in what areas, studies say that Germany needs to cover between 500,000 and 800,000 skilled jobs. According to the Institute for Labor Market and Employment Research in Nuremberg (IAB, its German acronym) Germany will need to import 34,000 engineers, 30,000 drivers, 21,000 to 20,000 geriatric specialists skilled workers in administration. And according to the German Economic Institute (DIW), 500,000 immigrants are needed annually to keep pace with economic growth. Their numbers speak for themselves
By: Teni Sow | Senior Editor at Tambapress.com and Regular Contributor to Presspresser.com
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