Germany: What professions will be in demand by 2025

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The coronavirus pandemic is pushing the digitalization of the economy and many processes in the country. Analysis by the World Economic Forum (WEF) found that the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated changes in labor markets, affecting jobs. In many areas, job losses are taking place due to automation and digitalization of processes. By contrast, job creation has temporarily slowed down, Saadia Zakhidi, Managing Director of the WEF, said.

However, the experts’ forecast is rather optimistic. As this analysis shows, in the future the creation of new jobs will exceed the number of those laid off. The key word for enterprises and employees is training in new tasks and advanced training. The WEF estimates that by 2025, about 85 million jobs will be cut in medium and large businesses in 26 countries. Tasks such as database maintenance, accounting, administrative tasks will be more and more automated and the demand for employees in these areas will decrease. On the other hand, it is planned to create about 97 million jobs – for example, in nursing, programming and artificial intelligence, technology and media content.

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