In the year 2018, the unemployment rate in Munich was, on average, at 3.8 per cent - as low as in any other major German city.Pia Ratzesberger Pia Ratzesberger
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In the past year, so few people were in Munich without a Job, as in any other major German city. The unemployment rate was, on average, at 3.8 percent, and according to the Agency for work so that as low since more than 20 years. "Our forecast is that it will go in the year 2019 as well," says Wilfried Hüntelmann, the head of the employment Agency of Munich.
The economy is well, therefore, the companies wrote more than occupied. On average, were reported in the past year at the Agency, nearly 13 500 than open, and more than 1400 training places remained unfilled. Many people who were previously more than a year long without a Job, found in the last year. The number of so-called long-term unemployed decreased in comparison to the year 2017 to more than 14 percent.
Overall, the number of people with a Job also because many people are moving for a new job in Munich. In addition, more women and more Older, until the retirement age are working compared to previous years. After we missing in Munich in many industries, work forces, especially in the care, in childcare, in restaurants and in the IT.