Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
Germany's universities are striving to become more international. At the Summer Academy in Munich, students from all over the world come together to discuss a pressing issue: the future of Europe.
“So far, I am satisfied here in Germany. I have found several jobs and met a lot of good people. German society is very open and I hope that I get more work as an artist soon.”
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.
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.
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