Our studio guest is Martin Krzywdzinski, a labor market researcher at the Social Science Research Center in Berlin. He speaks to us about why Germans tend to value job security, and the benefits of staying with an employer.
The world's biggest high-tech fair has opened in the German city of Hanover. The CeBIT event follows revelations of vast spying by British and US intelligence agencies, which sparked a global debate about data security.
Luxembourg's former prime minister Jean-Claude Juncker has won the backing of European conservatives to be their candidate for the role of European Commission president. Elections are due in May.
As the world grapples with a chronic shortage of jobs, the United Nations has turned its attention to Israel’s so-called innovation nation as a model to promote economic growth and job creation.
The Latvian army hired the country's first 13 cyber guards in February. As part of the Cyber Defence Unit, they will also help Latvia's military and government's IT security response in the event of a conflict.
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