Manufacturing an electric car requires around 30 percent less effort than producing one with a combustion engine. Therefore, in the long term, there could be fewer jobs in the automobile industry. This makes it all the more important to establish a good market position in the early stages of electromobility. After all, the more successful a company is on the e-car market, the more secure its jobs are. For this reason, Volkswagen is actively pushing ahead with this transformation and, with its new e-offensive, is creating new, long-term prospects for many thousands of employees. Almost all the Volkswagen sites in Germany are involved in the production of the new ID. family. At the Zwickau plant alone, around 8,000 people will be work on the ID. models. With the automobile industry in the midst of a structural transformation, e-cars are vital to securing jobs in a sustainable manner.