Will migrants save the German economy? | DW News


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Will migrants save the German economy? | DW News

Germany needs immigrants, otherwise its economic growth will slow down considerably. Experts estimate that in about ten years there will be a shortage of around three million trained skilled workers. The new immigration law is designed to address this problem. German chancellor Angela Merkel’s cabinet is due to approve legislation that should help skilled workers from outside the European Union find jobs in Germany. The proposed law would simplify the process for recognizing professional or vocational training degrees that have been earned abroad. It would eliminate the requirement that employers check whether German nationals are also available to fill the vacancy. And it would allow qualified non-EU nationals who speak German to live in the country while they look for work.

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  1. Well maybe they shouldn't have created that million of job positions in the first place. Economy should serve stove people, not the other way around.

  2. Hundreds of thousands of people who: Don't speak your language, are not high-skilled, will milk welfare system and in many cases just don't like your culture. Oh, yeah, Germany wouldn't make without them.

  3. So she let hundreds of thousands of unskilled uneducated people walk in and suck benefits. Nice try to make it look like Merkels blunder will be beneficial. Of course importing largely illiterate people will solve the problem.

  4. The Germans are becoming undesirable guests in their own country. Well, they are slowly starting to realize this. But what can they do about it, when all parties outside AfD are in a state of leftist amok, the idea of ​​Wilkommenskultur …

  5. The emigrants solutions feels like betrayal for native population. This is very komplex situation, you cant solve it with one time simply solution especially not in a way when you just through away who you dont wont and look for someone new who is more suitable for your needs, thats insane transformation leading to the chaos. I dont mean it in a bad way but it kinda seems like focus on the social quantity instead of quality.

  6. What did German’s think of Ausslieder? This was the majority of immigration for decades.

    Article 116 of Germany's Basic Law, approved in 1949, provides individuals of German heritage with the right of return to Germany and the means to acquire German citizenship if they suffered persecution after the Second World War as a result of their German heritage.

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