Every day, 1,000 jobs are vacant in Germany due to a lack of staff

Germany needs more than 1.7 million skilled workers, the country already lacks truck drivers, doctors, nurses, geriatric nurses, insurance specialists, electrical engineers, civil engineers, bankers, computer scientists and programmers, kindergarten teachers and nannies.
The publication of an advertisement for the employee search costs about 850-2000 euros per month for a job, the employee search takes, for example, 6 months for building contractors, 8 months for a nursing home and for IT specialists the search takes years.
Companies spend 8,500 euros just for the publication of a job advertisement, with no guarantee of finding an employee.
The labor shortage is noticeable in half of the companies, and the search for personnel takes months and years.
Germany must be made attractive for skilled workers, otherwise they won’t come.
The main obstacle to moving is the language barrier and job insecurity.
Most job descriptions in Germany state a requirement to be fluent in German, although the job posting itself does not require or require communication in German.
For example, truck drivers do not communicate with anyone and have to transport goods without fines.
Bakers in bakeries have to bake chic delicious cakes, pastries and buns.
Builders have to build buildings.
Programmers write programs and communicate more with computers than with humans.
Aged care companies constantly need qualified helpers.
Almost every minute a job falls vacant in Germany due to lack and inability to find employees, this desert grows day and night, 46 jobs per hour around the clock, 1095 jobs daily, 33,333 per month, 400,000 per year.
It is quite possible that at this minute there is still an employee missing in your company.
This is the result of a decline in the working-age population.
Every year in Germany 500,000 workers retire and only 100,000 skilled workers enter the German market, so we are missing 400,000 workers every year.
Watch out for this number.
According to scientists, the population of Germany will shrink by 13 million people by 2050. The only solution to the problem of depopulation will be intensive immigration from countries outside the European Union.
The labor shortage is affecting absolutely all companies, regardless of size and form of ownership, both now and in the future, both small companies and medium-sized companies and large corporations.
Anyone who prepares for this wave faster and more efficiently will win in the competitive market.
The shortage of staff is also putting workers under pressure, they are being enticed away and outbid by competitors.
If Germany cannot increase the birth rate, then it is possible and necessary to bring skilled workers into the country and teach them the German language on site.
Hiring a qualified specialist without knowledge of German and teaching him the language part-time is better than standing there without any employees at all.
As you read this article, 10 positions were vacant with no new hires. Give these companies and people a chance. Take those who are willing and able to work, who are qualified, show them your vacancies.
Therefore, in order to help organizations to find employees, a website was launched where vacancies are immediately published in all major German languages, including German, English, Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Moldovan, Turkish and others.
For vacancies where employees do not require fluent German language skills, but rather a certain level of specialist knowledge, e.g. B. truck drivers, bakers, locksmiths, plumbers, programmers, nurses, geriatric nurses or nurses, employers can apply by publishing advertisements on the portal attract new qualified employees and at the same time teach the German language in the workplace (if necessary)