Due to the globalization the labour market is not nationally or regionally limited anymore it is globally unlimited. This leads to an enormous increase of labour supply. Living expenses differ significantly from country to country which means that there is a high discrepancy of salary and wages. Consequently foreign branches are established not only to develop a new business market, but rather to take advantage of the cost benefits in the worldwide production network. This usually occurs with companies taking advantage of low salary for low-level qualified employees. This has brought a labour shift to those countries that have a lower wage. This development in turn browbeat the employees of global competition. In general we can say that the risk of an employee to become redundant is higher the lower his educational level and his level of qualifications. Another important aspect regarding unemployment in the area of low-level qualified employees is migration. Migration of foreign employees causes additional trouble in the labour market, because migration increases the labour supply in the host country. Due to this development the salaries and prosperity will in some parts of the population of emerging nations increase. This means that in general globalization decreases salary differentials between the countries but increase salary differences within a country. In summary globalization from a global point of view leads to a convergence salary and from a regional point of view to a divergence of salary. The big industrial nations now have to think about strategies to avoid that low-level qualified do not have any chances on the labour market and slide into long-term unemployment. In contrast the newly industrialized countries have to use the new opportunity of the bigger labour supply to increase the standard of life in their own country and to improve the level of qualifications as well.