One of the first things that needed to be tackled was the wide destruction in Germany, the war had left many German cities in ruins and many people were homeless, this had only been made worse by mainly the French stripping their areas of the zone for reparations. Therefore one of the CDUs first policies was the 1950s construction law; this gave considerable grants to the Lander and cities in order to rebuild the country. By 1957 this enabled 4 million homes and abodes to be built. However, it can be argued this was only able to happen due to outside money being brought in, eg marshall aid. However, although in 1949 Marshall aid was 37% of West German imports by 1952 it only accounted for 3%.
This movement will help to meet future labour demand and a shortages caused by shrinking German working-age population. However, international recruitment is difficult process. Restrictions still prevent the employment of most skilled workers, even if there is a labour shortage. In Germany there are three types of immigrants: EU-immigrants, non-EU and students. Skilled workers The biggest shortage in German labour market is skilled workers.
Germany’s booming economy led to a labor shortage, putting the country in a desperate need for workers. This opened opportunities for immigrants to come and fill in the necessary void. Along with other countries, such as Italy, Spain, and Greece, Turkey sent in guest workers with the intentions of temporary labor that Germany needed at the time. However, for many immigrants their temporary stay turned into permanent residence. Along with
Conclusion 16 List of tables Abbildung 1 Youth unemployment rate in OECD countries, % 6 Abbildung 2 National Culture, Culture Dimensions, Germany 12 Abbildung 3 National Culture, Culture Dimensions, Spain 14 1. Introduction Demographic change is one the most challenging issues for the German economy. At the same time as the population is ageing, the working population will decline and this leads to a lack of skilled workers. But not only the German economy and labor market is affected. This will also have impacts on the culture in Germany.
Many were turned down at an immigration station: Angel Island, while others were pushed out of finding gold and forced to work degrading jobs. They were looked at as an unwanted completion by native-born Americans, in1882 the Chinese Execution Act was passed banning Chinese labors to immigrate. Approximately 5 million Germans, as well as 1 million Irish immigrants made the journey to the United States in the 19th century. Majority of the Irish immigrants went to New York or Massachusetts, most German immigrants spread around the Midwest for farming. Unlike the Irish the Germans had more money to take them further in America.
Manufacturing costs for USS were high due to their lack of investments in new technologies. Their revenues, market share, and work force continued to decrease dramatically through the 1980’s. A large reason for USS’s decline was the introduction of the minimill steel manufacture to the industry. These minimills used 100% scrap for their raw material. When they entered the industry, they produced products that required less quality like concrete reinforcing bars.
Economic factors such as the ever improving state of the economy was also improving the cracks in society, improving lives for most and allowing ideas to spread more easily. The deep rooted social divisions quite clearly showed that the nation was not united. Germany was still a hierarchy with those at the top being hugely better off compared to those at the bottom. The wealth and social divide was massive with the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer. These divisions existed since before the unification but yet weren’t improved, in fact they were getting worse with the divides getting bigger and people feeling more abandoned and worse off.
Even in recession time the opportunity to find job for immigrants ten times bigger than Immigrants original country. Like unemployment rate in the United States for may 2012 is 8.2% but in Iraq is 25% (BBCnews.com), and that’s mean its almost impossible to find new job in Iraq because there are plenty of people for Job in this period of time. But immigrants who don't speak English have a hard time doing many of them. Instead, they have to take jobs that don't pay as much money. This makes it very difficult for them to afford many of the things in this country that they hoped to
By virtue of language courses and courses on culture, politics, and society, which are largely state-financed, integration of new migrants is regulated, in some specified cases, participation in such courses is compulsory. Furthermore the new law provides for fewer formalities and more options for highly skilled third-country nationals to enter the country working there. Despite these efforts, new immigrants face prejudices and have problems integrating with the native population and often segment into separate communities. Especially immigrants from Turkey, the second biggest immigrant group in Germany after ethnic Germans from Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, are poorly
The bad economic situation causes several financial problems for many people who have more than one job; however, they still cannot afford their payments. Consequently, they have to focus on themselves more than others by saving money .For example, one of my friends has been living for ten years in a small town in Iran