(ANSA) - BERLIN, JANUARY 13 - With the transition to electric mobility in Germany, about 410,000 jobs are at risk by 2030. Handelsblatt reported today, publishing on the front page data from a dossier issued by the National Platform on future mobility (NPM). "The dossier makes it clear what the explosive force of the transformation of the auto industry could reflect itself on a social level," the newspaper reported. In the engine and gear construction sector alone, the jobs that could be lost are 88,000. To minimize the damage on the labor market, the platform study group, under the chairmanship of the IG Metal Union, has proposed that companies should draw up strategic plans for staff and regional qualification centers, where businesses, employment agencies, and training hubs can cooperate. (ANSA).