If you do not have a certificate of education or have any documents from your home country that can be recognized, you will be considered an unskilled worker and will always receive an extremely low salary and stay on the same level. Working up is only possible in very rare exceptional cases.
Therefore, the strategy we recommend is clear, learning German first. No matter how, no matter what it takes on efforts, who waits for the integration course, or takes on an unskilled job, has already lost.
Why? In the asylum procedure you have a permission to stay, so you can do an apprenticeship if you have German B2 or start a job without being able to speak German. Currently the Aldi Warehouse is quite popular. If the asylum is decided negatively on the first application, you get a toleration, which means that you can no longer work. But if you have an education, you can continue. It is true that if there is a chance that the asylum seeker will be educated, he or she can go on with these three years and receive another two extra years to deepen their knowledge. This also applies if the asylum procedure is decided negatively in all courts! Bad luck for those who chose work, which have probably been deported until then.