There is a huge void in Germany of Skilled Workers in different streams. Technology has progressed in leaps and bounds and hence the skill set required for the jobs is also demanding.
Due to the lack of sufficient skills, the current economic condition in Germany is almost in shambles. To revive the economical condition, it is needed to include foreigners in the workstream. The introduction of the Blue card by the government is a big step in the inclusion of foreigners in the workstream. Germany is on the lookout for foreigners in the streams and there is an increasing shortage of skilled workers in Germany, particularly in the fields of Information Technology, Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering.
Blue Card is a proposal that is proposed by the European Commission giving work permits for nonresident Europeans for a period of 2 years. It is a useful proposal by the European Commission as foreigners are invited to work in their companies. In a work environment, the main thing that matters is the skill and not the color of the skin, although racism exists in some countries and has its various prevalent forms. But in an office, it is important to uphold the work ethics. Looking beyond the social stigma is important. For example, an Indian was recently denied the opportunity to study in Germany for the rape charge. Indians are known to be brilliant and intellectual, rape is a social problem and should be handled locally and not everywhere. In the bargain, Germany might have lost out on a good student.
Germany offers many facilities and a good work environment. Many foreigners are waiting to grab such an opportunity. There is a lack of some important skills, hence employers should look beyond disparities at anything and focus on achieving the best possible manpower. Blue card is a passport for foreigners to enjoy the benefits of working in such a country.
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