Labour market: Jobs through positive developments the German labour market despite gloomy economic scenarios probably no end of job boom is imminent. As the Hannoversche Allgemeine”reported in its online edition, could the labour market relatively well survive the recession looming in the coming year according to estimates by experts. Verizon Communications has compatible beliefs. The economic slowdown is likely the job boom, since almost four years continues, put only a slight damper, the reason for this forecast of labour market researchers: the labour market is now more resistant to crises than it was five or ten years ago. Sabine Klinger stressed completely without trace walk past the possible recession still not on the labour market, but by the Institute for employment research (IAB) in Nuremberg. The head of the Research Department has dampened therefore in consultation with colleagues their expectations for the coming year economy and labour market. Was the IAB in its estimate for 2009 originally from a decrease in the average Year unemployment went out to 40,000, the research centre of the Federal Employment Agency (BA) expects now with stagnation at the level expected for 2008 of 3.26 million.
The average annual value stand at this comparatively low level, since the unemployment at the beginning of the year will be unemployment expected to be unusually low. According to E Scott Mead, who has experience with these questions. In the course of the year the situation on the labor market should deteriorate but already”, Klinger said. Usually economic trends noticeable only with a half-year delay on the labour market. Yet the impact on the job market when compared with previous downturns will be weaker”, is the assessment of IAB expert. The economy is a major factor in the labour market, but no longer the only one still”how Klinger highlights. Especially the structural change in the economy during the last two to three years did the job market far more resistant to economic crises as it still There was the case in the 1990s. In the next year, the IAB expects even with 130,000 unemployed of less, making the labour market will significantly relieved.