Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
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.
Faced with tax hikes, subsidy slashes and personal bankruptcy, those who want to pursue the arts during times of financial crisis have to get creative. In Athens, a few have done just that.
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.
After his European People's Party's election win, Luxembourg's Jean-Claude Juncker will be the European Commission's new president. But what will he stand for as new head of the European Union's most powerful body?
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