now, If you were to give your son, daughter, or maybe just yourself is good advice, so could it be to train for engineer.
It is an industry where there is a shortage of workers, and the salary goes only one way.
A new study from the Ingeniørforeningen I Danmark, IDA, according to Finance.dk, that wages for engineers continues to increase.
the Measurement shows that the wages are-the-spot with four percent in 2019, for employees in the private sector, while it has risen by 3.3 percent for the public employees.
It is primarily because of the high demand for engineers.
"For the individual member see the good times seem to continue, as far as the eye can see, but for Denmark as a country of production and knowledge, it is actually a bit worrying," he says in a press release.
"With a current unemployment rate of around 1 per cent. for the engineers concerned, when you don't include the recent graduates, so we see a potential vækstbarriere," explains Morten Thiessen.
the Study shows that engineers earn, on average, 73 percent more than the Danish average earnings.
The average dane earns 27.266 dollars per month, while the engineers are now to serve 47.189 in average.
Morten Thiessen points out that there is a problem in that two-thirds of the graduates foreign graduates who studied in Denmark, has either not been in the job two years after training or just left the country.
He therefore calls on employers to be better to employ recent graduates. It can solve the problem, if the lack of working engineers.Updated Date: 07 December 2019, 09:00