Betriebliche Aus- und Weiterbildung in den süddeutschen Metropolregionen (In-house training and further training in Southern German metropolitan areas)
"Economic power and competiveness of a region depend to a great extent on the qualification of employees and on the demographic structure and the development of the population, especially because of demographic change and skilled worker shortage in future. This paper analyses the qualification and development of the population as well as the vocational training and further training of employees within the four metropolitan areas Nuremberg, Munich, Stuttgart and Frankfurt/Rhein-Main in southern Germany. Even though the structures are quite different among the metropolitan areas, especially the metropolitan area of Nuremberg will be affected quite hard by the demographic change. However this metropolitan area is very active in apprenticeship training and therefore has a good basis for preventing skilled worker shortage in future. By using different forms of further education it is also possible to strengthen the competiveness of the metropolitan area in future." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))
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