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The study also found that 13 percent of employees with lesser MINT qualifications came from abroad.
Germany will be unable to fill 210,000 MINT positions in 2016 - up 9 percent over the previous year.
"We were very ambitious when we formulated our goals at the start," Perlebach says.
"But it's good to aim high." Perlebach argues that Germany's employment needs will encourage the hiring of large numbers of migrants. Filling an emerging labor gap A study by the Cologne Institute for Economic Research, published on November 30, found that foreigners who have moved to Germany account for 16.6 percent of the country's employees with higher degrees in the crucial and coveted areas of mathematics, IT, and science and technology, which are known in Germany under the acronym MINT.
An innovative new website is bringing migrants and employers together.
Can the internet platform Migrant Hire function as a kind of Linked In for refugees and help solve German labor shortages in key areas?
Ten thousand migrants in regular jobs - that's the goal set by the team of young IT specialists, including Hussein Shaker, a refugee from Aleppo in Syria, behind Migrant Hire.