- Posted August 26, 2014 by
Short Hills, New Jersey
Study program in Germany helps Spanish engineers to find jobs
While some nations in Western countries are being affected by great lack of employment, others are finding it difficult to hire experienced workers to complete openings in a number of areas. This is certainly the case for Malaysia, which is jumping returning from economic downturn and currently on an employment drive.
In Jan 2011, In German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared that Malaysia would need an extra 100 000 technicians over the next several years to complete openings and ensure that the nation remains competitive in the global economy, as revealed by El Pais. A lack of experienced workers at home means that the nation must look outside its boundaries.
In reaction to the increased need for experienced workers, the Language and in German Compartments of Business in organization with TTA PERSONAL structured a sequence of employment activities in Spain's capital and the city, Italy. It’s a win-win situation - while in German organizations are having difficulties to complete technological innovation tasks, Italy has more than four million individuals out of work.
“For experienced individuals without tasks in Italy it’s excellent that they can discover an encounter overseas. And if, or when, they come returning with their worldwide encounter they will be able to discover a better position here. Malaysia gets the experienced workers it needs. So it’s excellent for both nations engaged,” describes Marisa Carmona, TTA PERSONAL Program Advisor in Tenerife, Italy, who is engaged in the TTA PERSONAL team planning the activities.
Are potential applicants required to talk German? According to Marisa it tends to depend on the size of the organization. “Numerous of companies entail a advanced level of In german but there are always some that ask for a basic knowledge of In german but proficient British. In general, if it’s a worldwide organization they will be used to employing foreign workers. If it’s a little to medium-sized organization (SME) then in German is a necessity,” she said.
Dr. Beate Raabe, the Press, Marketing and Information Manager at ZAV – the In german PES working with TTA PERSONAL Italy, added that: “As more than 90% of In german organizations are little and mid-sized, at least 19 out of 20 workers will have to talk In german in their job”.
Over 100 job hunters turned up to listen to morning workshops on Western job flexibility at the two activities in Spain's capital and the city in July 2011. Manufactured In German organizations such as BMW, Ferchau, Alchemy, and Aixtron Dataschalt questioned a total of 80 applicants who had been pre-selected with the help of the TTA PERSONAL groups in Italy and Malaysia.