The German labour market needs, according to a study in the medium and long term, each year at least 260,000 immigrants.
The supply of labour will shrink in the face of an ageing society without Migration up to the year 2060 to about 16 million people – almost a third of the massif. A study commissioned by the Bertelsmann Foundation that was published in Gütersloh, Germany, forecast.
immigration from other EU countries will decrease in comparison to the past few years in the future. Because economic strength and quality of life were expected to gradually, and the appeal falls to look for a Job in Germany. Consequently, the immigration to non-European third countries have a growing importance. The experts of the Institute for labour market and occupational research and the University of Coburg, who had taken the next four decades emphasized.
an annual average of 114,000 additions from the EU countries and 146,000 from third countries would be required to the demography-related decline in the labour force-supply limit on a “sustainable level”. Immigration from other EU countries had failed in the past years, is still strong in 2017 with a balance of approximately 250,000 people, according to the study.
In the extent of immigration from the EU believe, will grow the demand for immigrants from third countries: by 2035, the German labour market, need of the year to 98,000, between 2036 and 2050 then every year, almost 170.000 and between 2051 and 2060, finally, nearly 200,000 immigrants from Non-EU countries. The power in the cut from 2018 to 2060 per year 146.000 migrants from third countries.