Indians have the highest average income of foreigners living in Germany. Compared to the Germans, their wages are considerably higher. This is the result of a study by the Institute Der Dutchen Wirthauft (IW) based on data from the employment statistics of the Federal Employment Agency since December 2020. “Indians are the number one full-time employee in Germany, with a total average wage of more than 4,800 euros,” the supplementary press release said.
Scandinavians and Austrians follow closely. British, Irish, Swiss and US Americans are also worth more than ,000 4,000. They all surpass the average gross salary of full-time Germans, which is ,500 3,500 per month.
However, overall, the average wage of 2,600 euros, foreigners are still much lower than the Germans. Syrians, Romanians and Bulgarians have the lowest media revenues.
For immigrants from the countries listed above, the high average wage is determined by the equally high qualifications of the employees. Indians in particular earn so much on average due to the German shortage of skilled workers in the academic MINT professions. There is a shortage of computer scientists, engineers and naturalists. This shortage of skilled workers is getting worse every year. At the same time, more and more skilled workers from India are moving to Germany, where they are working in more than average MINT sectors after successfully completing their studies. There, wages are high. Not only is there a lack of fundamentally appropriate trained specialists, but digitization is creating tons of new highly qualified jobs, especially in the IT sector.
Since 2012, the number of Indians in STEM professions in Germany has increased fivefold.
Surprisingly, a tendency that many German workers go through is that they do not follow the proper educational path. Since 2012, IW writes, “The number of foreigners from third countries in these occupations has nearly tripled, and the number of Indians has nearly fivefold”. Also noteworthy: “The proportion of employees in the academic MINT professions of Indians between the ages of 25 and 44 is much higher than that of the Germans, which is just over seven per cent, more than 36 per cent.” The average monthly wage of Indians of this age. The group costs 5 5,300 (, 5,200) compared to German skilled workers.
“The migration of qualified skilled workers from third countries into the academic MINT professions makes a significant contribution to securing skilled workers and innovative power in Germany, and significantly increases the average gross wages of some foreigners,” explains IW expert Axel Plune. Study results. However, another conclusion, perhaps, could also be this: Germany should invest more in the training of specialists in the MINT sector to avoid complete loss of contact. What if Indians suddenly started working somewhere other than Germany?
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