Germany stated regarding the employment of 300 thousand refugees

В Германии заявили о трудоустройстве 300 тысяч беженцев

The majority employed in Germany, refugees pay contributions to the pension Fund and the medical insurance Fund.

In Germany as of may nyneshnego employed more than 300 thousand refugees from eight major countries of origin of asylum-seekers. This was announced by the head of the Federal Agency of labour Detlef Scheele.

It is noted that the number of employed refugees in the 103 thousand compared with data for the same last year.

In particular, in Germany, employed immigrants from Syria, Afghanistan, Eritrea, Iraq, Iran, Nigeria, Pakistan and Somalia. Most of them 238 thousand pay contributions to the pension Fund and the medical insurance Fund.

Scheele noted that everything goes very well, given the fact that refugees have arrived in Germany “for humanitarian reasons, not last to find work.”

As of July in Germany was 482 thousand refugees, who are looking for work, and more than 187 thousand refugees in July was registered as unemployed.

“The key factor for the integration of refugees in the labour market remains knowledge of the German language,” said Scheele.

Recall that in the coming years in Germany waiting for GDP growth due to the influx of refugees. The programme for the integration of these people will cost Germany at 28 billion euros per year.

It was also reported that tens of thousands of migrants voluntarily left Germany. They returned home, receiving money from the German praitelstva on the way back.

Source: the Ukrainian service of Deutsche Welle

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