Never is the time of saving (Part 3)

No serious economist would take to the wage policy in the duty. Empirically proved long ago that not a sustained revival of private demand through a pay increase with continuing unemployment is effective. Effective is to improve the employment situation. The German labour market has proved to be extremely robust in the crisis. Many companies in the industry even complain about bottlenecks in the recruitment of labour. The extension of the retirement age and increasing the participation of women can mitigate the problem. The economy needs skilled people, even from abroad. The fact that the proportion of people without vocational training for our movers is four times as high as that of native Germans. Who wants to revive domestic demand sustainably and efficiently, you need a geared to the labour market immigration policy.