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Shortage of Skilled Labour in Germany: Does it really exist? (Part 3)

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by Paul Köper, Tobias Sieblitz and Ares Kalandides

Are we really heading towards a major shortage of skilled labour? Is it the demographic change as we are often told? 619 more words

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Shortage of Skilled Labour in Germany: Does it really exist? (Part 2)

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by Paul Köper, Tobias Sieblitz and Ares Kalandides

In Part 1 of this blog series we ended by asking the question whether the debate about a shortage of skilled labour in Germany had any substance. 633 more words

Shortage of Skilled Labour in Germany: Does it really exist? (Part 1)

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by Paul Köper, Tobias Sieblitz and Ares Kalandides

The term skilled labour or rather the shortage of such seems to be omnipresent these days. 641 more words

Germany

Of Roofing Jobs and Men

Sometimes people ask me if i know what I’m doing.  Before they hire me, not after.  Even my mother thinks that way.  Not surprising, of course, and i don’t take it personally.   443 more words

Carpentry

Skilled trades career offers second chance

Lenard Monkman believes the skilled trades gave him a second chance in life after the challenges he faced through much of his childhood. “I was raised in the North End and grew up on welfare,” he says. 523 more words

Smart Biz

Reading Marx: On the 'Reduction' of 'Skilled Labour' to 'Unskilled Labour'

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Just to clarify what this post is about: Brendan M. Cooney, who is the author of the most excellent blog Kapitalism101, has unwittingly motivated me to dive into Marx’s ‘Capital, Volume One’ and there to swim as best as I can.  1,454 more words

Political Economy

Industry, Government participation needed to address talent crunch, Rajesh Pratap Rudy

Urging industry leaders to work closely with the Government in order to fill the gap of skilled workforce in India, alive Pratap Rudy, Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (Independent Charge) said yesterday that realising Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision to make 500 million people industry ready in the country required a broader alliance as independent effort from the government was not enough. 529 more words

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