Thursday, January 27, 2011

Germany wants to solve spanish problems

Merkel studies provide skilled jobs for unemployed young Spanish, with this method they want to solve part of its national deficit of skilled professionals, and simultaneously contribute to alleviating the high unemployment that hampers to Spain.
According to German media sources, this project of bilateral cooperation in the workplace is among the main themes of the German agenda for the next regular Spanish-German consultations scheduled for the February 3 in Madrid.
Berlin also plans to extend this proposal to other countries in southern and eastern Europe, mainly the most affected by the debt crisis and unemployment.
The German Government has reiterated on many occasions in recent months that requires thousands of skilled workers, especially in the field of engineering and telecommunications, to continue propelling its economic growth. Depending on the studies, Germany states between 500,000 and 800,000 new skilled employees.

Ion Ander

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