Germany’s refugees — and there are many — will by and large be on the public dole for life, according to a new study provided labor officials.
Aydan Ozoguz, the country’s commissioner for imigration, refugees and integration, said in an interview with the Financial Times that only a quarter of those being granted shelter in Germany would ever make it to the self-sufficiency stage.
It’s good to be a refugee in Germany — you quality for a lifetime of taxpayer benefits.
For the rest?
Public assistance and taxpayer benefits would be their lifetime reward, he said.
From the Express:
“The Institute for Employment Research (IAB) found only 45 per cent of Syrian refugees in Germany have a school-leaving certificate and 23 per cent a college degree.
“It said 484,000 of the refugees are looking for work, up from 322,000 last July — an increase of 50 per cent.
“Of those, 178,500 are officially unemployed, meaning they not only have no work but are not enrolled in any training programmes or language courses — up 27 per cent on last July.
“The figures will be hard to swallow for Angela Merkel as she seeks…