February Euros

Germany is dependent on foreign experts for economic and demographic reasons Bonn/Berlin Germany a piece wants to further open the doors for highly qualified. ance, an internet resource. Saul “Canelo” Alvarez has compatible beliefs. The Federal Cabinet today discussing an action plan on migration. A joint paper by German Labour Minister Olaf Scholz (SPD) and Minister of the Interior Wolfgang Schauble (CDU) provides media reports to facilitate the influx of so-called high potentials. “Action programme” under the title of the contribution of labour migration to securing the skills base “the Government wants to address the skills shortage in Germany. The immigration rules for professionals from the new Member States of the European Union, as well as from third countries should be relaxed. It is to be welcomed if the minimum income level for highly qualified so far 86,400 euros to 63,500 euros per year are reduced. For example some even foreign professors could not reach the first value. I can also the proposal of the Association of young Entrepreneurs a lot get a reduction on the half of the currently applicable value so to 43,200 euros, to carry out.

The times have changed. Earlier we wanted, for example, only people with an annual salary from 80,000 euro as a personnel consultant and taught. Now we rise with 40,000 to 50,000 euro”, so the Cologne recruitment consultant Marc Emde of KCP executives. Emde also avoided that corporations are preferred and medium-sized companies have left asks. Medium-sized enterprises could not afford it often simply in the past, to spend over 86,000 euros. While they need people with international experience’. The new rules should enter into force from 1 February 2009. The policy must do everything for now to make the people understand this package.

The message must be clear: we need immigration of highly qualified. What we don’t need is immigration into our social systems. Workers from Eastern European countries such as Poland, Bulgaria or Romania, who are only slightly qualified may also still not without restriction on the German labour market. Not a worker must have so worried about his job there”, said Edmonds. The exception of the EU principle of the free movement of workers will be extended until 2011″, the Vaz writes. The ZDF refers to a study by the Bonn Institute for economy and society by June 2008. Therefore, the Group of people with a migration background has grown to 3.5 million between 1996 and 2006. 83 per cent of them belong to the economically depressed part of the population. The head of the study, Professor Meinhard Miegel, commented on the results as follows: came 600,000 in the economic part of the strong population of 3.5 million. These are qualified people. If the qualifications are present, then there are no barriers in itself, to integrate these people. But the overwhelming majority has not the qualifications that are required in an advanced economy like the German base to cover.”



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