Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
With unemployment along Europe's southern tier still at dizzying levels, young workers have been moving to Germany to try their luck.
The Greek government says it will bring legislation before parliament next week designed to help deal with the crippling effects of years of austerity. These include widespread poverty and unemployment.
Portugal's austerity policies have helped turn the country around - and there are good economic signs ahead. But aid groups and unions say this progress has come at a high social price for the country's poor.
Germany's labor market has withstood a normal winter downturn in February as companies added rather than cut jobs. Job creation in the country is supported by rising consumer and business sentiment.
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