Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
Fresh data from the German Labor Agency have shown a slight drop in the unadjusted unemployment rate in Europe's economic powerhouse. But a closer look revealed a weaker job market all the same.
French business leaders have floated a set of policy measures that they've said will create a huge number of new jobs and overcome the economic slump. The proposals are primarily about cutting employee benefits.
A group of European companies has launched an effort to create work for tens of thousands of jobless youngsters. The firms think young people's digital skills need to be tapped to overcome rampant unemployment.
The German government says it plans to host an international conference on the refugee crisis triggered by the conflict in Syria. Millions of people have fled to neighboring countries to escape the violence.
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