During her tour to India, Susanne Baumann, the Secretary of State at the Federal Foreign Office of Germany, declared that she was greeting young, talented Indian professionals. Baumann emphasized the importance of having skilled labor, especially in IT, green technology, and medical science, and he expressed Germany’s desire to welcome Indian talent.
In collaboration with Leonie Gebers, German State Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Baumann conveyed Germany’s twofold message during their visit to Delhi’s Don Bosco Technical Institute. She highlighted Germany’s requirement for skilled workers across various sectors due to economic and demographic factors. Specifically, Germany is seeking professionals in green technology, IT, and medical fields, with a notable mention of the successful integration of Indian nurses into the German healthcare system.
By actively pursuing talent from India, Germany is proactively addressing its labor demands, as indicated by Baumann’s statement. Germany’s acknowledgment of India’s qualified professional pool and its commitment to promoting bilateral cooperation in important sectors are emphasized by this initiative.
The move is anticipated to strengthen ties between the two nations while addressing Germany’s labor shortages and offering promising opportunities for Indian professionals seeking global exposure and career advancement.
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