Germany Needs 3,10000 Skilled Workforce in 4 Sectors – APPLY NOW

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  • Post Date : May 28, 2023
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Germany’s trained workforce is a significant issue for businesses there. According to recent data, only four industries in this nation require roughly 3,100,000 expert people. Germany urgently need a large number of mathematicians, IT specialists, natural scientists, and technological experts despite the country’s current economic situation.

In April, there was a 308,400 specialist shortfall in the fields of natural sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics, according to recent research from the German Economic Institute (IW)/IW Cologne that was released on Wednesday. These are the biggest number of skilled labor demands in April, according to this study, which is carried out twice a year.

A significant shortage is observed in jobs related to energy and electricity. According to the research, this sector alone faces a shortage of 88,600 professionals. There is a shortage of 56,600 skilled workers in car and machine technology and 56,600 IT workers. In fourth place is the construction sector, which faces a shortage of 40,000 workers.

In the coming years, this shortage of skilled workers may increase more and more because companies will have an increasing need for specialized employees in the fields of natural sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics to overcome the challenges of climate protection and digitalization.

This study finds that several seasoned professionals have had to abandon their jobs due to demographic shifts. In the meantime, fewer junior and TVT students are now obtaining instruction in these four scientific subjects.

German Economic Institute (IW) analyst Axel Plunecke asserts that “Germany would have faced a much greater shortage if the first successes in the last ten years in providing skilled workers in these four fields had not been achieved among women, the elderly, and immigrants.”

He added that the number of female professionals in these sectors increased from 13.8% at the end of 2021 to 16% recently. Likewise, the employment of people over 63 has increased strongly in the last ten years and has helped provide skilled workers.

“There is a huge dynamic opportunity in the employment of foreign labor, and without success in the immigration sector, there will be a shortage of about 385,700 more specialists in these four scientific fields,” Plunecke said.

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