In Saxony, employees in Dresden earn the most on average. According to the State Statistical Office on Tuesday, the average salary in Dresden was 37,661 euros. In Leipzig (36,438 euros) and Chemnitz (34,139 euros), gross wages were still above the st ..
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The heads of the eastern German states meet for a special conference in Brussels to discuss irregular migration and securing skilled workers.
There is a serious shortage of bus drivers in local public transport. The situation is so tense that some companies are sometimes operating with emergency timetables or have to turn down bookings for school trips, for example, said the head of the Central German Bus Association, Mario König, in Erfu ..
One million commuters in Saxony work mainly in Leipzig, Dresden and Chemnitz.
One million commuters in Saxony work primarily in Leipzig, Dresden and Chemnitz. There are also attractive workplaces in Görlitz, Plauen and Schkeuditz.
IG Metall has called on SRW employees to stage another warning strike in order to push through a collective agreement.
East German Economics and Labor Ministers Want to Facilitate Access to the Labor Market for Foreign Employees
The East German Ministers of Economics and Labor want to facilitate access to the labor market for foreign employees in order to counteract the shortage of skilled workers.
Chambers of Industry and Commerce warn of consequences of the discussed stationary border controls at the border to Poland and the Czech Republic
Saxon and Bavarian Chambers of Industry and Commerce (IHK) have warned the federal authorities of the consequences of the discussed stationary border controls at the border to Poland and the Czech Republic.
Several German states are calling for better support for domestic manufacturers in light of a glut of solar modules from China. Saxony's ten-point plan calls for, among other things, better support for production and research and a ban on goods from forced labor.
Saxony's automakers have created thousands of new jobs in recent years. Leipzig and Zwickau are the heartbeats of the industry in this country.
In the view of the Bitkom association, the planned new chip factories in Germany will require not only government financial aid but also a skilled worker offensive. "If we support the new chip factories with billions of euros of taxpayers' money, then we also need financial resources for the trainin ..
The IG Metall trade union has sharply criticized the cutback of hundreds of jobs at the Volkswagen plant in Zwickau. This is a personal catastrophe for those affected and their families, said the first authorized representative in Zwickau, Thomas Knabel, after a works meeting on Thursday. In additio ..
Saxony's Minister of Economic Affairs Martin Dulig has welcomed the draft law on the immigration of skilled workers passed by the German government. "Progress needs skilled workers and for this we must pull out all the stops, including here in Saxony. On the one hand, we need to better leverage dome ..