>>335231>All clever people emigrate from third world countries. A pakistani doctor has absolutely no reason to stay in a corrupt and unsafe state when he could be waiting tables for three times his salary in Europe, and to an unskilled worker (which Germany needs, being almost no unemployment there) the comparison is even more alluring.
The thing is, how many actual academics do immigrate compared to the unskilled workers?
And as another anon already stated: the unemployment statistics are skewed. Do you any idea how those statistics work? Because I don’t think so. There’s a bunch of people that have no jobs but aren’t part of the statistics because the goals of job centers is not to make you get a job, but to get you out of the statistics. Anyone that’s part of a job-creation measure or similar is not employed, yet will not be part of the statistic.
Germany’s problem is employers that will ask for unrealistic levels of experience for a ridiculous salary. It’s not a shortage of skilled workers, but a shortage of skilled workers that are willing to work for inhumane payment.
But hey, what great coincidence that we have tons of refugees that are more than willing to go from one temporary job to another that only pays minimum wage because they have to.
>The fertility rate is also decreasing everywhere in Europe, meaning immigration is necessary to keep the economic growth going.
You know what would drastically improve the fertility rate? Family friendly job conditions. People stopped having children because nobody can fucking afford it anymore. There are entire workshops about how to legally avoid giving women permanent positions because they might decide to have children and then you won’t be able to kick them out anymore. Living expenses, especially rent, are increasing, inflation is happening, while the salary stays the same.
But refugees and immigrants will gladly have 4 children that share one room while the parents sleep in the living room with their own parents because that’s what they’re used to.
But is that really a culture you want in this country? Do you want it to be the norm for five people to share a single room apartment? Because that’s actually the direction this country is going for right now.
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