A screenshot from the Report Mainz program showing Indian apprentices working in a butcher in Germany | Source: Report Mainz, ARD Television
Germany needs hundreds of thousands of skilled workers | Photo: Daniel Bockwoldt/dpa/picture alliance
From file: Asylum seekers enter a reception center in Attergau, Austria | Photo: Barbara Gindl /APA
When InfoMigrants visited Niger in November, 2022 they found nearly 3,000 migrants who had been expelled from Algeria to Niger | Photo: Mehdi Chebil / InfoMigrants
Credit: InfoMigrants
The Tunisian health system lacks so much funding that it doesn't manage to retain the doctors it trains | Photo: Moncef Slimi/DW
Young migrants at a vocational training in Rostock, Germany | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/B.Wüstneck
A Nepali migrant worker practicing medicine in the Maldives | Photo: NATALIE OREN / IOM (ANSAmed)
Idris Hassan is an Iraqi Kurd who says he was working happily in Sweden before being deported to Italy | Photo: Emma Wallis / InfoMigrants
From file: Migrants working in Italian agriculture | Photo:  Archive ANSA /Coldiretti / Basilicata
A still from the Sicilian Region's campaign Diritti negli Occhi, aimed at offering rights to migrant workers | Photo: Screenshot from Sicilian Region campaign video
Germany has disadvantages in attracting skilled workers: The German language and German bureaucracy top the list | Photo: Picture-alliance