5.501 million unemployed youth across Europe? 3.531 million jobless youth in the Eurozone alone? No problem for all those with or without university education who if lucky could find a temporary job as pizza boys and service girls for 400 euro per month. Germany opens its arms and welcome all the desperate of the euro world.
Germany’s Economy Minister Philipp Roesle called on young people from European South to “Come to Germany!” for work.
n the southern states in crisis, youth unemployment is alarmingly high. German companies, however, are desperately looking for some trainees. German Economics Minister Philipp Rösler young Southerners therefore calls on: “Come to Germany!”
Roesler appealed to young people in the states of European south in crisis to go to Germany and make vocational training. “Come to Germany,” he said in an interview with the newspaper “Welt am Sonntag“.
There were “tens of thousands of training places available,” he said, noting that for those finishing school it would certainly be “not an easy decision to go to a foreign country for at least three years”.
“But the door is open for young Southerners, they are welcome,” Roesler said without explicity mentioning that Germany urgently needs cheap labor forces to compete with China.
However Roesler’s gift basket contained more than just vocational training places.
” We must make it clear that they have the perspective to remain as professionals – even get a dual citizenship, ” said Roesler.
Why Germany offers next to vocational training places also the German citizenship to young Europeans as a bait seems rather hard to explain. The EU membership makes it easy for anyone to move and reside in another EU member state.
OH WAIT! Germany needs more registered citizens, then once Turkey becomes EU member it would have more population and possible more members of European Parliament and a more powerful say than Germany. HA!
PS According to German Labor Laws, vocational trainees could ‘earn’ 300-800 euro gross per month depending on the working sector, as the trainee is not considered professional labor force.
With the renting prices in Germany I wonder whether the unemployed youth from Greece, Portugal, Spain should also get a container with them to live in.