One could paraphrase thus the famous sentence of the film of 1952 “The last threat” of Richard Brooks, where a dapper Humphrey Bogart responded to its editor with the sound of the presses at full speed. In theautomotive sector The changes have been triggered, but they could have negative implications for the whole sector, especially in terms of jobs.
The turn towards theelectric, would cost a Country like Germany more than 110thousand jobs in the long run. The data are the result of a study carried out by theInstitute for Research in Work, and show a loss, for the production sector alone, of more than 83thousand jobs. Germany is towed in the automotive sector, with more than 800thousand people employed, thus losing ten percent of the workforce in this sector.
Also according to the study of the Institute for Research in the work, assuming a market share of the electric cars of 23 in 2035, following the considerable increase of this new type of mobility would be affected especially the workers with high Qualification, with consequences on the rest of the workforce. On the other hand it is easy to imagine that the realization of an electric motor is simpler than that of an internal combustion engine. Less than Parts mechanics to assemble, less time spent and therefore reduced costs. Rules of the market, rules of progress that obviously can not have the consequences also quite heavy.