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EghtesadOnline: Iran is planning on filling a portion of estimated 25 million job vacancies that will be created in Germany in the next decade, as the population ages and the nation will not be able to find the workforce domestically, IRNA quoted deputy minister of industries, mining, and trade, Soleiman Pakseresht, as saying.

In a recent visit to Germany, Pakseresht, who is also head of the Technical and Vocational Organization of Iran, prepared the ground for training and procuring skilled Iranian workers for Europe’s largest economy following a visit to an applied sciences center in Germany and discussing the plan with its authorities.  The center is to act as a liaison supervising and confirming the sufficiency of skills Iranian trainees develop and preparations they make for working in Germany. The deputy minister’s statements are in line with his announcement of the signing of a primary agreement between the Technichal and Vocational Organization of Iran and Munich University of Applied Sciences on June 24, according to Financial Tribune.

 

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