Skills Shortage and Automation

In a forecast, the German Economic Institute assumes that up to five million workers could be missing by 2031. However, these do not leave the job market at the same time, but more workers retire each year than enter the labour market. In numbers, this means 300,000 to 700,000 fewer workers.

Automation is a smart way to meet this challenge. Simple jobs are handed over to machines and intelligent systems and the skilled worker concentrates on their skills and enhances their workplace. This creates efficiency, effectiveness and last but not least competitiveness compared to competitors.

The current status of this idea is shown by Prof. Dr. Schneider and his team. In addition, Mr. Christian Schulz, managing partner of the company NeoLog in Landshut, will give a lecture.

Tuesday, 03-07-2023, 04.00 p.m. – 07.00 p.m., TZ PULS, Dingolfing

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This is an event of TZ PULS.