Europe’s migration crisis raises concerns over integrating masses of low or unskilled workers into job markets. But there are examples of how it can work. In one small Swabian coachwork company integration is not a problem, but a success story.
Almost one-third of all refugees in Germany are women. However, they receive little attention in the debate on integration, which makes settling into the country all the more difficult.
Finding work for refugees is not just important because of the income, it's also a symbol of successful integrationand being integrated into society. Entering the job market, however, remains difficult.
Asylum seekers lacking language skills have poor chances in the job market and earn less. The German language is essential in finding an apartment, participating in society and pursuing an education.
Until recently, Germany's population was shrinking because not enough children were being born. Increased immigration and higher birth rates have changed the prognosis. Has a demographic crisis been averted?
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