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Economic and social situation of youth in Germany

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  • 1. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL SITUATION OF YOUTH in Germany
  • 2. Agenda • Germany • Federal States • Europe • Chances of the Labour Market • Training opportunities • Foreigners
  • 3. Germany BA = Bundesagentur für Arbeit Major service provider on Germany’s job market 6.8 % unemployment in Germany
  • 4. Federal States • Large gap between Bavaria and Berlin (8 %) • High unemployme nt in East Germany
  • 5. Reasons Berlin : few apprentices, many dropouts, many people without a school certificate • Companies want a high certificate • No role-model for the socially disadvantaged young people • No belief in success • overstrained youth spend their time on games and watching TV:
  • 6. Europe lowest level since the German reunification and also one of the lowest levels of unemployment in Europe
  • 7. Situation on the apprenticeship market •Every year, approx. half a million young people start an apprenticeship •Many companies can’t find trainees •Companies stop
  • 8. Anna-Lena, 18 •10 applications •Apprenticeshi p  industrial clerk •8 applications were refused
  • 9. The Dual System of Vocational Traininggoing to •Working at a company + a vocational school •Training regulations  can work everywhere in Germany •Final exam at the Chamber of Commerce
  • 10. Joana, 25 •Curriculum is well done •Easier to start working •Good combination of school and company
  • 11. Dual Study •New alternative •Working in a company + study at a university •Very expensive for enterprises
  • 12. Florian, 20 •Feasible, but a lot of work •Good alternative, but not for me
  • 13. Alex, 23 • Great opportunity • No debts • Takes longer than the prescribed time • 4 years: apprenticeshi
  • 14. Situation of the Foreigners on the labor market • A lot of welfare recipients (Hartz IV) are people with foreign roots • Berlin: most unemployed people with a migration background • Reason : insufficient school education and training often, people with migration background haven’t done an apprenticeship situation because many There is a change of the above-average qualified workers come to Germany
  • 15. Rayan, 17, Lebanese • High-school graduate • Well integrated • Same opportunities and chances • Feels comfortable
  • 16. sources • http://www.diw.de/de/diw_01.c.420953.de/themen_nac hrichten/jugendarbeitslosigkeit_in_deutschland_deutlich _gesunken_vor_allem_aus_demografischen_gruenden.h tml • http://statistik.arbeitsagentur.de/ • http://de.statista.com/statistik/daten/studie/240450/um frage/regionen-mit-der-niedrigstenjugendarbeitslosenquote-in-der-eu/ • http://www.wirtschaftundschule.de/aktuellethemen/arbeitsmarkt-berufsorientierung/derarbeitsmarkt-fuer-jugendliche/jugendarbeitslosigkeit-ineuropa-und-warum-deutschland-besser-dasteht/ • Public opinion pool
  • 17. Thank you for your attention Beatrice & Jana

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