The German economy ranks fifth in the world in terms of purchasing power parity. And not least thanks to the developed industry. It is characterized by two periods of development: pre- and post-war, as well as the annexation of the eastern lands, which require constant subsidies. Nevertheless, the industry in Germany is showing constant growth, especially noticeable after the reforms of Gerhard Schroeder, stands in the way of modernization and increased export volumes.
Metallurgy is still one of the leading sectors of the German economy, but has now lost its competitiveness in the global market. Since the 70s. XX century, the industry is among the structural crisis. Both ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy in Germany is based on imported primary raw materials, and most of their products are targeted at domestic consumers. All the largest development centers of the industry are coastal regions.
As for the food industry in Germany, today it is able to fully provide the country's population with food. Moreover, about a third of the products produced by the food industry are exported. If we talk about the European Union as a whole, then most of all food products are produced in Germany and France. It should be noted that over the past 25 years, the value of this industry in the domestic German market has grown by 50%.
The modern food industry in Germany is mainly based on private farms that grow corn, barley, wheat, beets, oats, potatoes and rice.
The products grown are then sent to local processing plants.
It should be noted that organic products are in great demand in the country, the cost of which is 20-50% higher. Such goods, marked with the image of "Euroleaf", are actively bought up by the population.
Another feature of the market is the presence of both state and highly respected private quality standards. The latter include norms developed by manufacturers such as Bioland, Demeter, Naturland.
We cannot ignore such segments of the food industry as brewing and winemaking. About a third of the beer produced in Germany is exported. The traditional consumers of German wine are the UK, USA and Japan.
The situation with dairy products is a little more complicated, the raw materials for the production of which the Germans are forced to purchase in Russia and Ukraine. As for the producers of meat products, there are about 400 enterprises operating on the territory of the country, supplying, among other things, for export about 1.5 million tons of various sausages.
Not having a higher education, not really knowing a foreign language, it is quite difficult to get an acceptable job with a high salary abroad. However, this does not stop hundreds of thousands of Russians and Ukrainian citizens, as well as residents of other CIS countries, who are striving to ensure a decent standard of living for themselves and their families. Working on a farm in Germany is an excellent chance for labor migrants from the post-Soviet space who do not have high qualifications to get a job and a fairly high salary in 2021.
Germany occupies a leading position in the world in all major sectors of agriculture: livestock, horticulture, poultry, vegetable growing. The high results that the country demonstrates were largely made possible by such a form of management as farming, which has gained immense popularity among the Germans.
Farms in Germany are small businesses, usually of the family type. Most of the processes for the production of agricultural products in such farms are mechanized, so the number of workers for farmers is usually small - up to five people.
The main features of doing a German farming business are the following:
The harvest season in Germany usually starts in May.
For residents of the CIS countries without knowledge of the language and certain skills, work on a farm in Germany is ideal. The term of work is mainly up to 4 months, that is, for the season. Although there is also work in greenhouses - for example, to pick strawberries, where they work all year round.
German farmers grow the following crops:
Another option is employment at a livestock farm or poultry farm. It should be noted that farms with a full production cycle are widespread in Germany:
Farmers willingly offer jobs for Russians on animal and poultry farms. However, in addition to handymen, the requirements for which are not too strict, there are vacancies where you will need not only knowledge of the language and a driver's license, but also certain skills:
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