Diversity in the Wetterau

Monitoring the population, work and education

The information system "Diversity in the Wetterau – Monitoring Population, Employment and Education" bundles central data on the population, employment and the labor market situation and the education of people without German nationality at district level and makes this available online.

The aim of the information system is to create an easily accessible and regularly updated database. In particular, the information system is aimed at the labor market actors in the region in order to help them align their measures efficiently. In addition, the data is used by political and technical committees, for example in the preparation of the integration concept "Diversity and Integration in the Wetterau District" (2014).

The information system is subdivided into the six thematic areas of population, employment, unemployment, young people, migrant enterprises and labor market policy measures. An index value was calculated for each thematic area, which enables a quick assessment of the labor market and employment situation of persons without German nationality at district level. In addition, in-depth tables and graphs are available for each thematic area for downloading as Excel files. The municipal labor market integration index provides a general overview of the labor market integration of persons without German nationality.

With the presentation "Diversity in the Wetterau - Monitor on Population, Labor and Education", the "Hessian Monitor Labor Market and Migration" (HeMonA), which has been available for the Wetterau district since 2010 and was developed within the framework of a project of the Hessian Ministry of Social Affairs and Integration (HMSI), has been expanded to include important topics. The Institute for Economics, Labour and Culture (IWAK), at the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, was commissioned to continue the successful cooperation that has been in place since 2009.

More detailed information is unfortunately only available in German