IT specialists are much sought-after in Germany, which is why the new law contains special clauses to allow them to settle even without training as long as they have worked in the industry. This will ease the labor situation for German IT companies.
The research and development departments of big industrial players in Germany are likely to expand, as scientists around the world take advantage of the easier bureaucratic rules.
Germany’s carer industry depends heavily on workers from Poland and other central European countries. The new law will make it easier for German care home managers to employ people from “third countries” outside the EU. Major recruitment drives are likely to result, as Germany’s population ages.