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Measures against shortage of skilled workers: Labor Office boss relies on young professionals and immigrants

Saturday, December 30th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

          
    
    
    
             In order to prevent young people from completing their apprenticeship or studies and leaving them without training, the management board of the Federal Employment Agency also believes that the system of vocational orientation must be improved and expanded.
            

        

        The chief executive officer of the Federal Employment Agency, Detlef Scheele, is also fighting for a shortage of skilled workers in addition to the recruitment of immigrants to better career guidance of young people. "At the transition from school and work we still lost too many," complained Scheele in an interview with the German Press Agency. These young people were later absent as skilled workers.
In order to prevent adolescents from completing their apprenticeship or studies and leaving them without education, Scheele believes that the system of vocational orientation must be further improved and expanded. A job market facing the problem of an increasingly aging population can not afford to see people unemployed at a young age.
In particular Scheele announced from 2019 on a more targeted career guidance in schools. "We are currently testing this out at three locations, and we're looking at whether we can target school-leavers more selectively with fewer losses due to crashes and dual training in a company," said Scheele.
It was not about making a student out of studying, Scheele made it clear. "But we also make it clear that a dual education is not a dead end." After all, the drop-out rate for undergraduate degree programs at the universities of applied sciences is very high, the head of the Federal Agency had to consider.
IT should help A currently still under development IT system should prevent it, that young people fall through the grid of school, education and youth welfare. In the system according to Scheele plans data about the career path, but also possible apprenticeship or abortions of teens are centrally recorded. The system will be tested from next year in Hamburg, Bremen, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland.
Although there are reservations from privacy advocates; he takes these very seriously, said Scheele. Work is being done to address concerns and reconcile data protection and good and effective support at the school-work transition.
Simultaneously, Scheele made it clear in connection with the growing shortage of skilled workers: "Without the recruitment of workers from third countries, it will not work." That must be said clearly for the next few years. " But this requires a law on immigration, the existing rules meaningfully summarized and thus more understandable, said Scheele.
However, migrant workers would have to be obliged to learn German in their home country. A central recognition office in Germany should examine the professional qualifications of immigrants interested in regulated occupations such as nursing. Also, they should have a job promise from Germany before they get a visa.
Finally, Scheele sees potential for alleviating the shortage of skilled workers in younger long-term unemployed people between the ages of 25 and 45 years. In concrete terms, this means giving more long-term unemployed people the chance to gain a vocational qualification or at least to continue their education in adulthood. "We're already doing that, but that needs to be stepped up," Scheele said. The problem is currently, however, that the job centers for the money is missing.
"Not too many people lose" Finally, one must also pay attention in the future that the German economy with the growing digitization of companies not too many people lose, "because some people may not be able to keep up in the development of jobs," Scheele warned , Labor market researchers assume that with the entry of the Internet into the factory halls around 1.5 million jobs will be lost, but at the same time create 1.5 million new jobs.

 (dpa) /

(KEH)

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