Solve labour shortage with irregular migrants, says new IOM boss

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Migrants reaching Germany through irregular channels and asylum seekers whose claims are rejected could help the country overcome its labour shortage, accoring to Amy Pope, the new head of the UN’s International Organization for Migration (IOM). “We hear from the private sector that it is easier to employ someone who is already in the country,” she told dpa ahead of her first visit to Berlin on Monday. From a practical point of view, there are good reasons to proceed this way, she added. However, she said she could understand if governments were reluctant to reward migrants with jobs who have …

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