Germany targets new skilled workers, but international grads key

Germany wants to entice qualified individuals from all over the world to fill labor market gaps caused by shortages. In order to help qualified workers in non-regulated professions, those with employment contracts in non-regulated professions, and those without employment contracts yet, three pillars—skilled labor, experience, and potential—have been established.

The government added that it is “especially committed to ensuring that more foreign nationals come to Germany for training or study and then work as skilled workers in Germany” through the implementation of the regulation. A new digital campus is also expected to facilitate the application procedure for foreign students and entice them to the nation.

The administration has stated that it is “especially committed to ensuring that more third-country citizens come to Germany for training or study and thereafter work as skilled employees in Germany” under the regulation. It also anticipates that a new digital campus will facilitate the application procedure for foreign students and draw them to the nation.

Existing wage thresholds for the EU Blue Card, which is Europe’s version of the US Green Card, would be decreased, and “more favorable conditions will be created for prospective immigrants.”The “attractiveness” of vocational training or academic study in Germany is another goal of the skilled labor pillar.

Germany wants to work together on labor migration with its allies. The ministry did not go into detail on which nations will be the focus of a recruitment plan. During her recent visit to India, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock signed a mobility agreement to “make it simpler for our people to study, perform research, and work in the other country.” The journey follows a partnership on migration and mobility that was launched earlier this year.

The Academic Evaluation Center in New Delhi, 18-month extended residency permits for students, 3,000 yearly job seeker visas, “liberalized short stay multiple entrance visas and streamlined readmission procedures” are all included in the agreement, according to the government.

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