Economic and social situation of youth in Germany

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Economic and social situation of youth in Germany

  1. 1. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL SITUATION OF YOUTH in Germany
  2. 2. Agenda • Germany • Federal States • Europe • Chances of the Labour Market • Training opportunities • Foreigners
  3. 3. Germany BA = Bundesagentur für Arbeit Major service provider on Germany’s job market 6.8 % unemployment in Germany
  4. 4. Federal States • Large gap between Bavaria and Berlin (8 %) • High unemployme nt in East Germany
  5. 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. 6. Europe lowest level since the German reunification and also one of the lowest levels of unemployment in Europe
  7. 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. 8. Anna-Lena, 18 •10 applications •Apprenticeshi p  industrial clerk •8 applications were refused
  9. 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. 10. Joana, 25 •Curriculum is well done •Easier to start working •Good combination of school and company
  11. 11. Dual Study •New alternative •Working in a company + study at a university •Very expensive for enterprises
  12. 12. Florian, 20 •Feasible, but a lot of work •Good alternative, but not for me
  13. 13. Alex, 23 • Great opportunity • No debts • Takes longer than the prescribed time • 4 years: apprenticeshi
  14. 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. 15. Rayan, 17, Lebanese • High-school graduate • Well integrated • Same opportunities and chances • Feels comfortable
  16. 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. 17. Thank you for your attention Beatrice & Jana

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