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.
“I hope I'm lucky and everything goes well in Germany - especially that I can quickly get settled here and show what I learned back in Spain and why I studied there.”
German employment has dipped marginally in the past four weeks. The Federal Employment Agency cited seasonal factors and said the labor market in general was still robust in Europe's power house.
The transition from school to workplace is difficult for many young Germans. The city of Hamburg has now developed a model that helps young people in their job search: The youth employment agency.
The number of Germans registered as unemployed dropped slightly from May to June. The unemployment rate for the 18-member eurozone as a whole remained stagnant, with vast differences between countries.
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