What exactly is it about?
While the industry with ever new panic reports before the Skills shortage warns tens of thousands of well-trained and highly motivated German engineers looking for a job. How does it fit together?
Pia Dangelmayer and Wolfgang Kerler have compiled this report for report MÜNCHEN. For the contribution they have on http://www.berufebilder.de researched, and all sorts of new insights and figures for me.
Who was interviewed?
The article quotes some well-known acquaintances who have come up again and again in the course of the multi-year discussion. For example, Prof. Gerd Bosbach, University of Applied Sciences Koblenz, who in a panel discussion focuses on the statistical lies of our society.
Marco Dadomo, press spokesman of the Association of German Engineers eV, who is not only on Best of HR – Berufebilder.de®but also persisted in the report broadcast on the shortage of skilled workers. And finally Tanja Mett-Bialas, engineer communication technology printing, who finds no job.
The script can be downloaded here.
The program can also be seen here in the BR-Mediathek.
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