The commuter mobility of trainees is not only between the different regions – it is also influenced by school education and training profession. The findings of a recent study by the Institute for labour market and occupational research (IAB).

the especially in Occupations that require a higher education degree, find a high commuting rates to the trainees. Trainees are Appointed to the Mint – so in the fields of mathematics, Informatics, natural Sciences and technology more frequently than the average mobile.

More than half of the trainees in the MINT Professions, in addition to commute into a neighboring circle. Trainees in Marketing and media professions are very often mobile, with Almost every second one of them commutes for training.

Almost half of all high school graduates

In the building and construction trades or in building and supply technical Occupations, in contrast, more than three-quarters of the trainees, a training facility. commutes The bottom line is that around two-thirds of apprentices completing an apprenticeship in the place of residence circle. If not, you need to commute mostly in the neighboring circle.

the trainees with the Abitur are more frequently than the average mobile. Almost half of high school graduates, but also a third of the trainees, with medium maturity, commute. For comparison: In the case of trainees with secondary school degree or without a degree this is true for slightly more than a quarter.

“For the regional training supply, in particular, the number of large farms will play a crucial role. Many large farms in a Region to ensure that there are also many training places are available“, – stated in the IAB survey.

East German trainees have to mobile

they point, however, at the same time, the fact that a good 70 percent of all apprentices are trained in small and medium-sized enterprises. These farms have, however, usually a limited regional spill-over effect on young people, the IAB researchers.