grows The immigration of skilled workers from Non-EU States to Germany, is still at a low level. The findings of a study of the Bertelsmann study. Therefore, more and more skilled workers from the European Union (EU), a Hiking.

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545.000 people wandered in 2017 from the non-European countries, including approximately 118.000 Refugees. Of these, around 38.100 people – about seven percent received a residence permit as skilled workers. In 2015, it had been only three percent. Of 635,000 people have moved from EU countries to Germany. A good 60 percent of the EU’s foreign, immigrant people are professionals. They had a high school or vocational degree.

After the years of 2015 and 2016 from the influx of Fugitive had been dominated, on the horizon for 2017, a “normalization” of Migration, said Matthias Mayer from the Bertelsmann Foundation. The share of refugees in the overall immigration was down significantly to around 10 percent.

In the case of immigration from EU countries are represented, according to the study, especially people from Romania, Poland, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Italy. In the case of the third-countries of origin countries of skilled workers, especially India, Bosnia-Herzegovina, USA, Serbia and China.

The Federal government wants to win with a skilled immigration law and more qualified workers from EU-countries and third countries for the German labour market.