Germany has always been a popular destination for many foreign workers who aspire to work overseas. It has a thriving economy with a number of top-class companies. These companies are always on the lookout for bright and qualified individuals.
Germany also offers an excellent quality of life. Due to the thriving economy, wages are high and hence you are able to up your standard of living.
Germany is also the perfect place for those interested in the fields of science and technology. Germany, after all, is known as the land of technology. Professionals from Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics can find a plethora of job opportunities in the country.
Bertelsmann Foundation published a study stating that immigration of skilled workers to Germany is on the rise. 545,000 people moved to Germany in 2017 from non-EU countries. 7% of these people were skilled workers. In 2015, there were just 3% of skilled workers among all the migrants from non-EU countries to Germany.
The main source countries (non-EU) for skilled workers in Germany are:
In 2017, 635,000 migrants from other EU countries migrated to Germany. 60% of these were skilled workers holding a vocational or University degree. European countries which saw the most number of migrants to Germany were:
Germany now needs potent immigration laws for securing a skilled workforce for the German labor market. The Govt. plans to acquire more skilled workers from EU and non-EU countries, as per Trend News.
Germany now needs to adopt immigration laws which accelerate migration management. The laws should also better recognize vocational qualifications acquired overseas. The laws should also look into the betterment of the disadvantaged domestic groups, unemployed, and low-skilled people.
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