The unemployment crises in countries like Spain is forcing people to think about making a move. Many are following the jobs trail north. We profile a Spanish project manager at Airbus in Germany.
Madrid has said February unemployment has dropped for the first time since the start of the global financial crisis. It said reforms were slowly making an impact on the labor market, but the road ahead was still bumpy.
Unemployment in the euro area has remained stubbornly high since the start of the new year, with fresh January figures providing no silver lining. Young people remained among those hit hardest by the lack of jobs.
The number of jobless Germans has slightly increased, inching up by about 2,000 people in February. The figure is better than usual for the month as an economic recovery supports the already robust German jobs market.
A study by a leading economic think tank has shown worsening financial inequality in Germany in recent years. In no other eurozone nation are there such big differences between the rich and many poor.
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