Employers’ Network Finds Just 2,000 Internships For One Million Migrants

A network of over 36 German companies promised to help get migrants into the labour force, but only managed to create 2,000 places. Heralded as a potential solution to helping get new migrants into the German labour force, the network “We Together” was formed by some of the largest companies in Germany, many of whom are listed on the German stock exchange (DAX). Consisting of companies such as Airbus, Deutsche Bank and Volkswagen, the network was meant to help ease migrants into apprenticeships or training so companies could meet their future demands for skilled labor. After the announcement in February the

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